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While the CD has become the king of portable data storage, it is not without its disadvantages. In a busy work environment, there's plenty of opportunity for small scratches to mar your data and render your efforts useless. If your work environment is anything but a quiet office, you should consider using floppy diskettes for your data transfer needs.
It's easier than you'd think to damage a CD. Industrial environments can be especially rough, but even a job in a minimally dusty workspace can leave a CD scratched and scuffed beyond repair. For the cost of even a single wasted CD, there are far better options for your data storage units--like the floppy diskette.
The floppy diskette was developed with a protective shell precisely for this reason. With a small hatch covering the vital insides, and a plastic case surrounding the storage device, it's much harder to corrupt the data stored on a floppy. Scuffs, scratches, and dings are no threat to a floppy, making the diskette an ideal choice in a bustling work area for its resilience to data loss from everyday wear and tear.
What's more, a high-density diskette has more storage than you'd think, and can easily transfer text files, photos, and even small videos. Data compression can expand this capacity even more--so don't shy away from the floppy diskette. For its security and versatility, this old-fashioned medium is anything but out-of-date, so call us today to get a free quote!
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