Have you felt the impact of flash?

We’ve seen a more dynamic change in the storage of data on Flash in the past few years than ever before. NAND flash used to only be “trusted” (using that term loosely) in two areas: laptops, and non-critical entertainment such as storage for cameras. Before DIGISTOR was big in the flash storage arena, we would scrutinize every Read post...

How does your Body Worn Camera store and manage crucial video evidence?

Police agencies around the country are ramping up their Body Worn Camera (BWC) policies and procedures. High profile police assault videos have continued to surface on the internet creating a public outcry for reform, training, and accountability. Federal grants to help fund policing services need for BWC deployments are rapidly Read post...

A new look to continue beyond 15 years of service

We are excited to introduce you to DIGISTOR’s updated website and blog. We’ve come a long way since we got our start in 2001, when our family started this business to provide digital archiving and data storage products to industrial and global OEM customers. Over the past 15 years, DIGISTOR has become a leading innovator, Read post...

Evaluating Storage System Security

Storing digital data successfully requires a balance of availability, cost, performance and reliability. With the emergence of low-power, petabyte-scale archival storage and flash-based systems, it is getting increasingly difficult to quantify performance, reliability and space-efficiency trade-offs, especially when coupled with Read post...

Is Hybrid Data Storage a Solution for you?

As the 2016 New Year unfolds, the demand for secure data storage will increase at every level within the IT stack. According to the 2015 Cyber Defense Report, 70% of organizations have been compromised by a successful data breach within the last 12-months. With a zero-trust data protection mantra, new pervasive data security solutions Read post...

Is data-centric security essential in modern storage solutions?

Data storage security has quickly become both a hot-topic and a new budget line item for CTO/CIO’s in 2015, both here in the US and around the world. An organization’s data is most often its most valued asset, while keeping it stored safely is increasingly both a commercial and legal imperative. Managing not only how data is stored Read post...

Anyone can build an SD card, but not all SD cards are created equal

SD cards and microSD cards of all varieties permeate the consumer market. The price is continually dropping. They’re mass produced in huge factories in Asia. The cost of materials is so low you may start to wonder is there a way to ensure you receive a high quality SD card for your automotive, medical, body worn camera or other Read post...

Bringing Your Data Home

You had your picture archive safe on Flickr, your documents on Dropbox, and a running archive of your devices on Apple’s iCloud. But when something happens to one of these services—like the two-day Dropbox downtime—you wonder if keeping your archives in cloud storage options really is the best way to go about this.  Cloud Read post...

What You’re Paying for When You Buy SSD Drives Designed for Professional Video Shoots

Sure, you can get an SSD that looks as though it ought to fit your video camera for fairly cheap on eBay or off the shelf. So what makes a “professional video” SSD, well, professional? To begin with, not all SSD drives are compatible with a high-end video camera like that from Blackmagic Design. Some don’t fit the camera; a Read post...

How to get more Xbox One game storage with minimal effort

The stock Xbox One claims 500GB of storage, but in reality it only has 364.8GB of usable space. Each Blu-ray disc game you play has to be completely installed on the internal hard drive in order to play it – these games run between 20GB and 40GB on average! Additionally with Xbox One Backwards Compatibility and the plethora of Read post...