Internship programs offered by local universities and colleges can be beneficial to companies, both large and small; and we’ve learned this firsthand at Aleratec through our long-standing relationship with our local university, California State University Northridge College of Engineering and Computer Science. Aleratec’s involvement began in 2006 when I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. S.K. Ramesh at a local business conference facilitated by our city council member. Dr. Ramesh had an enthusiasm that was infectious, and we set up a follow-up meeting that ultimately led to our involvement in a number of programs and initiatives to help develop the next generation of engineering talent. Read more ›
Imagine driving down the road in your Dodge Charger or Jeep Grand Cherokee and weird things start happening. The air conditioning starts blasting on high and the radio station changes itself. “Well that’s weird,” you think. Then the transmission suddenly cuts off, rendering your accelerator useless. Now you start to panic. You exclaim “What in the world is going on??” (or something more R-rated) to yourself as your car starts losing momentum. Then the brakes stop working..
If you’ve been paying attention to the news lately, you may know that hackers had already figured out a way to wreak this kind of havoc on many of the cars on the road today. Hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek were able to remotely hack into Fiat Chrysler’s Uconnect system, allowing them to control numerous vehicle functions including its dashboard, steering, brakes and transmission. While previous hacks had shown the ability to control functions of some vehicles when being physically connected to Read more ›
Companies with less frequent duplication and tablet deployment requirements now have the option of renting.
Regardless of industry, most businesses have to purchase copiers, printers, computers and other tangible equipment at some point. When such assets are used regularly over long periods at a time, owning makes financial sense. The vast majority of Aleratec customers purchase our equipment because they duplicate/sanitize hard disk drives, USB flash drives and optical discs on a regular basis. But what if you’re only going to use the equipment occasionally or even just once? For these customers, Aleratec now offers a cost-effective technology rental program for many of its most popular and powerful products.
So, when does it make sense to rent versus buy? Read more ›
Followers of the Aleratec blog know that I often reflect on technology and how much it changes day to day and year to year. It’s the “nature” of tech products to evolve quickly and adapt to new environments with smaller, more powerful components than predecessors of the past, and this fact is not lost in the world of hard disk drive duplicators and sanitizers. Building smaller, more robust machines is part of the landscape, and our new 1:5 HDD Copy Dock Advanced stand-alone HDD duplicator is the next step in the evolutionary chain.
Powerful and portable, the 1:5 HDD Copy Dock Advanced supports 2.5” and 3.5″ SATA HDDs and SSDs and can clone five hard disk drive simultaneously without the need of a computer. However, what makes this product truly unique is that it includes full-sized duplicating and sanitization functions once possible only in larger duplicators—no easy task considering the size of this petite little powerhouse.
Towering Features with a Small Footprint
Measuring only 8.8″ x 13″ x 5.3″, the 1:5 HDD Copy Dock Advanced is remarkably versatile for its size. Not only does Read more ›