The best media to archive important data?

Thursday, 24 May 2007, 12:10 AM EST

Flash drives and SD Cards have withstood teething puppies and trips through the wash, but no one expects them to last for more than about 10 years. They support a limited number of writes and connections, depending on the type of memory they use. One of the new ruggedized flash drives, however, could be a good -- albeit somewhat expensive -- archiving option for both photos and documents; a package of 100 4.7GB DVD-Rs costs less than a single 4GB flash drive.

At Computerworld.

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