Cloud storage, personal NAS servers and digital distribution have pushed optical media to the side for most of us. The image above was taken while writing this review and shows one of the reasons why optical storage is quickly being displaced. It also shows why it's important to use high quality media like that sold by DIGISTOR. The disk above was just a marketing document hand out from Computex 2010, but it was in a paper sleeve until ran across while I was looking for spare disks to try in the DIGISTOR before writing to expensive Blu-Ray media.
I think for many of us optical media has come, gone and should remain a thing of the past. That said most reading this know others who desperately need a viable method for archiving data, mainly family pictures. Casual computer people aren't ready to dive into a NAS or complex cloud storage yet.
More importantly, they don't want to spend that kind of money for something they don't understand to begin with. The DIGISTOR software or bundle package speaks the average person's language - it's a disk that holds pictures. It might still be magic for them, but they've come to understand the concept well enough.
It's the holiday season and everyone reading TweakTown has someone on their list that could benefit from DIGISTOR's REWIND software or bundle package. The standalone software retails for less than $50 and is very easy to use.
I'm surprised system integrators haven't scooped the software up and supplied it with full systems. It's easier to use than any other data archiving software I've ever used before.
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