Hard Drives & Flash Drives
You can either bring in your own hard drive or purchase one of ours. We have a selection of trusted, reliable drives with different storage capabilities and connections (USB2, USB3). From 8GB thumb drives to 2 TB wallet drives, we can cover whatever needs you may have.
Discs may seem like a thing of the past to some, but they still serve an important purpose in the current & future world of data storage. Besides being able to play a DVD or Blu-Ray on your home television, discs can also be a reliable and trustworthy to store data over a long period of time, especially with something like an M-Disk, which is rated to last over 1000 years (assuming the earth is still around then). You may be surprised to learn that huge companies like Facebook or Google actually store most of their data on discs and optical drives, for their benefits of cost and long-term reliability. We provide various options for our customers in terms of size and type of disc.
Long Term 'Cold' Storage
We recommend all clients to backup their material to at least two different locations. If you're looking for an additional, secure way of storing your data in case of future problems, we can keep your data on a disc or drive on a shelf in our studio - ensuring that if anything ever happens to your drives or discs, you could always come back to us and we'll have it here in "cold storage" (meaning it's on a drive or disc that is not connected to any network and not being used day-to-day.)
DiJiFi can duplicate your DVDs or CDs, creating as many copies as you need to backup or share your data. We offer high-speed duplication onto a variety of discs (standard or archival).
The best option for ensuring the long term safety of your data is to make a new copy of the same data regularly. We can burn new copies and make duplicate data copies for you. You can send us your old discs and we can burn new copies or transfer to new hard drives for you.
Data Management Collaborations
We also work closely with The History Project to help families create historical and geographical timelines. If you would like to read more about those projects, visit http://www.thehistoryproject.com