Betacam and Betacam SP Video Conversion: Key Factors

For decades, Betacam formats were an established standard in video production. Analog Betacam tapes dramatically improved on the quality of the widely used U-Matic format. When Sony transitioned to Betacam SP, Digital Betacam, and Betacam SX, broadcasters and other video...
May 6, 2022

Veritas Backup Migration: Challenges and Considerations

Veritas Backup Exec™  is a unified data backup and recovery solution for small to midsize businesses. The software enables organizations to protect critical data across multiple systems, and thanks to integrated cloud connectors for all major cloud vendors, Veritas has...
April 15, 2022

How DAO Hack Victims Can Still Recover Ether

At the time of writing, a single Ether token (ETH) is worth approximately $3,490, and its valuation continues to grow substantially every year. Like many cryptocurrencies, ETH continues to build circulation, and the potential for future growth remains high. The...
October 14, 2021

Chinese Cryptocurrency Miners Selling Used SSDs, But There’s A Catch

The plunging price of the cryptocurrency Chia has flooded the international market with used hard drives and solid state drives, according to a recent report from VNExpress International. The article cites a Facebook group with more than 5,000 Chia traders....
October 4, 2021

Converting Analog Video to Digital: Questions to Ask Service Providers

The VCRs of the world are breaking down. Functioning film projectors are increasingly hard to find. Tapes and film degrade with every viewing. To preserve your analog video collection — and to share it in digital channels, from Facebook to...
August 18, 2021

“Vinegar Syndrome” and Other Signs of Analog Film Damage

If your family recorded home videos between the 1930s and the 1970s, odds are they captured that vacation or piano recital on 8 mm film. (Super 8, Kodak’s hugely popular take on the original amateur film format, debuted in 1965...
August 16, 2021

How Long Do Analog Film Reels Last Before Degrading in Quality?

You’ve got a big box of VHS tapes, Super 8 reels, or other analog video films sitting in your attic. Are they still playable? How long can you store them safely? And if they’re showing clear signs of damage, what...
August 13, 2021

Recovering VHS Tapes to Digital Video Formats

Converting VHS tapes to modern formats can be risky, but the right video conversion team can help — even when your media is degraded or damaged.
August 6, 2021

Lost Passwords Responsible For an Estimated 90% Of Cryptocurrency Loss According to, Inc. Report

The past year has seen popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC-USD) go from just over $9,000 back in May of 2020 to well over $60,000 in April of 2021 down to under $40,000 the following month. This came as quite the shock...
May 25, 2021

Data Lakes Explained: What Are They, And Are They Safe?

Just as we do with our personal data, many companies prioritize safety alongside accessibility when deciding what to do with their data. While these things are always important, regardless of if you have one gigabyte of storage or one hundred...
April 20, 2021