3 Reason Why Your Business Will Benefit From Upgrading To Solid State Drives
What is a Solid State Drive?
In everyday use, it provides the same functionality as a traditional hard disk drive (HDD) — the standard for computer storage for many years. In fact, you wouldn’t even know whether you’re using an SSD or HDD if it wasn’t for the differences in how they operate.
SSDs use flash memory (the same memory you’ll find in USB memory sticks and in smartphones), and don’t use moving parts. When the computer wants some of that data, the SSD just says “ok, here it is.” The faster performance of flash means the information can be accessed much more quickly.