Counterfeit

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As you (hopefully) know, we supply Datakey products. We have done for the last 30 years, for the simple reason that we know they’re the best and we know how much value they add to our customers Anyway, every once in a while Datakey put together a short blog, highlighting something useful or interesting within the world of secure data…

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SLC vs MLC

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If you didn’t know, we’re now able to offer Datakey RUGGEDrive™ with both Multi-Level Cell and Single-Level Cell NAND flash. And now that we can do that, we’re getting asked more and more about the key differences between these two options. So I thought I’d write a quick post about it! Before I dive into MLC and SLC is it…

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Red-faced spacewalk

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There was an article in The Week that tickled me that I thought I’d share with you. US Astronaut Andrew Feustel is stationed on the International Space Station, and the other day he got the opportunity for an experience of a lifetime: Heading out on his spacewalk. He charged up his GoPro camera, headed out of the station and started…

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Banned staff

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There was a news article the other day that pricked my attention. It probably would have passed most people by, but with “USB” firmly in the headline, it piqued my interest immediately. It transpires that tech giant IBM have made the decision to ban their staff from using USB sticks, SD cards and other removable memory devices. And it’s happening…

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Tis the season

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You could be forgiven for thinking that I was going to launch into a message about Christmas, but given that we’re only just into May, that’d be a little incongruous. You’ll be relieved to know that it’s not the festive season I wanted to talk about – it’s the exhibition one. It seems to be that this time of year…

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James Bond and my name in print

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I was fortunate enough to write an article for the Components In Electronics magazine last month, and I thought you might be interested in it. It’s actually an article on data security within the military, but it’s definitely relevant for anyone who needs their data to be secure. In the article, I touch on James Bond, CIKs and how secure…

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Technological tomatoes

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When I speak to people about Datakey products, what really brings them to life is examples of how others are using them. And often, the example is in a totally different industry, but by picturing how and why they’re used, it sets engineers minds racing, and gives them ideas about how they can use them in their systems. With spring…

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The guy who gave Stephen Hawking zero

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Have you come across Peter Diamandas? He’s the founder and chairman of the X Prize, and the man who made it possible for Stephen Hawking to experience zero gravity. Anyway, I’m a big fan of Peter. I’ve read his book – Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think – which I highly recommend, and I take the time to…

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I’m sorry

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I’m really sorry.  Genuinely I am.  Let me explain: We meet a lot of people.  Through shows and industry events, through our online presence and our features in various industry publications. And over the past year or so, the amount of people we speak to and share our content with has more than doubled. Which is absolutely fantastic – we’re…

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The future is ……wind?

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I’ve seen a couple of articles recently that make me think that wind power is going to increase even more rapidly in the next few years, so I just thought I’d write a short post to see whether you thought the same? I’m still conducting my research, but here’s a summary of what I’ve learnt so far: Last year was…

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