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Centralization is Beautiful

I’m going to jump the gun a bit and talk about something I haven’t shown yet to the rest of the public. Let me give you the backstory. We were in a staff meeting and someone made the comment about how “centralization is beautiful” and I immediately had to write that down. I didn’t know…

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What If Netflix Isn’t Enough? Explore Seagate Central

If you’ve been following Netflix in the news recently, you’ll see that they’re looking to create more programming geared towards children.  Multiple sources including Mashable and Businessweek have stated that the media streaming giant is looking to target this demographic capitalizing on…

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Seagate Central Streams the Soothing Sounds of Summer – Anywhere

Let’s take a quick count – Spotify, Slacker, Pandora, Last.fm, Rdio, and iHeartRADIO. I think that may be all the streaming music services that I’m subscribed to, but I’m still probably missing a couple. Yet what about my CD’s? Many are out of print and aren’t even available on the…

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Why The Backup Plus Family is Perfect for My Family

My family is spaced out – not geographically but chronologically. My sisters are eight and eleven years older than me. It makes it interesting because I almost feel like between the three of us, we had two different sets of parents. There are family photos without me in them because I didn’t…

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Where Should You Keep Your Data?

Data is growing at an astronomical rate and aside from completely shutting down email, photos, media and expense reports, there’s nothing that we can really do to stop that. I had a recent chat with the Marking Manager for Seagate Central where we were talking about some cool stuff coming down the…

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Camp Reel Stories Helps Today’s Girls Become Tomorrow’s Media Creators

Guest blog by Molly Celaschi The numbers were dire- 6% were directors, 25% were producers, 17% were editors, and only 12% were game developers. Those were just a handful of the low percentages of women employed behind the scenes in media last year. To say women are severely underrepresented in all…

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SeagateCreative Interviews Composer and Sound Designer Watson Wu

I’ve been following the work of audio composer and sound designer Watson Wu for some time. Being a veteran of the video game industry, Watson got on my radar with his work for mega-franchises Need for Speed and Madden NFL but t wasn’t until I saw a recent post he made about his sound…

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SeagateCreative Interviews American Authors

We had a chance for a quick chat with indie rock band American Authors recently about the importance of storage while touring and recording in the studio. SeagateCreative: You guys have spent a lot of time on the road the past year, how do you guys use technology, and more specifically, hard drives…

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Hey Audiophiles, I Have Something You Want to Hear

I got at UE BOOM recently and I promise you that for under $200, it’s everything you’ve ever wanted in a portable speaker.   First, it’s about the size of a water bottle that if you’re part of corporate America like me, you see everyone with during the weekly staff meeting. So while it…

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SeagateCreative Interviews WHY?

We had a chance to talk with indie rock group WHY? about their new studio and the importance of staying positive during creative collaboration. Comments are always welcome. SeagateCreative: You guys are getting ready to work on a new record, so what’s your process in the studio? WHY?: We are…

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