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The Top 3 “Must Have” Accessories for Your New iPad

At their recent press event, Apple announced the next iteration in their tablet lineup – iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3. These are great products to pick up if you’re in the market to upgrade your current tablet or transition from a competitor product, but if you do, you’ll also want to add these…

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Photographer Jim Sugar Features Film at Mill Valley Festival

Taking place October 2-12, the Mill Valley Film Festival is featuring a number of films that will appeal to all audiences. SeagateCreative photographer, Jim Sugar, will be featuring his own creative endeavor, (backed up on Seagate hard drives, of course) Swimming: Mind, Body and Spirit during the…

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Mac vs. PC

Who’s Winning – Mac or PC? [Infographic]

I’m a Mac. My conversion began around 2009 when I started doing more event coverage for a former job. The need stemmed from having aligned systems with my cameraman so we could edit video faster.  Since the change, the only time I’ve looked back is when I wanted to play computer games. Now keep…

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BitTorrent Sync

Working Together with BitTorrent Sync Works Better

BitTorrent Sync announced its newest version, BitTorrent Sync 1.4 — with a redesigned interface and new sharing features that enable a perfect working relationship with Seagate Business Storage. With the ability to share device-to-device, the cloud just became a lot more “personal.” If…

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Internet of Things

3 Things You Should and Shouldn’t Be Able to Do Over the Internet

– by Rob Fuller. Rob is an eminent writer who frequently opines about technology, the Internet, and online security. I’m self-employed, which means I’m online from sun-up to sundown — and quite often a lot more than that — so I’ve had a front row seat to see how the…

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Planting

Sales Team Spruces Up San Francisco Schools

– Guest blog by Steve Pipe Seagate’s global sales and marketing team gave two low-income schools in San Francisco a makeover. Employees spent an afternoon earlier this month painting classroom walls and school corridors, restoring outdoor murals, tending to weed-choked gardens, hauling away…

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Engineer

Seagate Engineer Featured in Online Educational Film

– Guest blog by Cindy Martini A Seagate engineer will soon be teaching thousands of high-school students all about hard drives—without ever setting foot in a single classroom. Edison Tech Center, a producer of educational films, recently posted a 7-minute video on YouTube, “How Hard Drives…

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How Big is the Internet

Just How Big is the Internet?

I can’t be the only one who’s wondered this at some time, right? Don’t leave me hanging, people. You’re just like me where you find an interesting article, see something related that you click on, then 2-3 hours later, you realize you’ve gone down the rabbit hole of the world wide web and…

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Teamwork

Case Closed: Seagate Recovery Team Helps Solve Gold Heist

—By Steve Pipe It sounds like something from a TV cop show. Two men break into a gold store, kill two of the shop’s employees and leave with merchandise valued at nearly $200,000. The police turn to high-tech forensics techniques to crack the case. This crime wasn’t concocted in a Hollywood…

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Employee Photo Contest Taps Creativity

—By Cinwoo Lee With the theme of “Hard Drives: Harmony in Digital Daily Life,” a photo contest held by the South Korea Design Team drew nearly 100 photo submissions. Among those, 32 images were selected for display at the design center. The idea behind the contest was to promote the importance…

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