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Short answers Chapter 7 1- The network attached storage is a server connected to a network with the only purpose of providing storage. Home and small business users can add with a NAS device up to 6 TB or more. 2- Advantages of SAS include but not limited to: it is thinner, longer cables, reduced interference; less expensive; support for many more devices at once, and faster speed. Some devices that can be connected to SAS interfaces are: optical discs drives, printers, scanners, digital cameras, etc. 3- On a single-session disc the manufactures writes all items on the disc at one time while on the multisession you can write on part of the disc at one time and another part at a later time. The purpose of archive disc and Picture CDs is to preserve their photos. 4- User use memory cards because they can transport digital photos, music, or files to and from mobile devices and computers. Some memory cards are: CompacFlash with a capacity of 512 MB to 100GB use in digital cameras, smart phones, PDA’s, photo printers, portable
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Unformatted text preview: media players, notebook computers, desktop computers, etc. Secure Digital has 512 MB to 8 GB is use also in digital cameras, digital video cameras, smart phones, PDAs, etc. Memory Sick Micro (M2) has 1 to 16 GB capacity and is use in smart phones. Memory Stick Pro Duo has 1 to 16 GB and is use in digital cameras, smart phones and handheld game consoles. xD Picture Card has 256 MB to 2 GB and is use in digital cameras and photo printers. 5- One difference between the microfilm and the microfiche is that microfilm is 100 to 215 foot roll film while the microfiche is a small roll of film about 4 x 6 inches. Microfilms and microfiche and some uses in libraries to store back issues of newspaper, magazines and genealogy records. Some large organizations use them to archive inactive files; banks use them to store transactions and canceled checkes; and the U.S army use them to store records....
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