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Best security cameras for businesses and home use

Storage, flexibility, quality recording, and easy installation are some of the important factors to consider when deciding on a work-safe security system. Our top picks for commercial properties will help secure the workplace for small and large businesses alike.

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Security, in both the physical and digital sense, is imperative for companies to deter trespassers and would-be thieves, as well as to protect valuable equipment crucial for businesses to operate successfully. A robust security setup can take the pressure off existing security staff and give business owners peace of mind out-of-hours.

Luckily for organizations, the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, improved mobile connectivity, apps, and cloud technologies has radically changed the security landscape and made it easier than ever to set up multi-room or premise systems with easy installation and constant monitoring.

The possibilities are endless: cloud or local feed storage, customizable or automatic alerts and alarms, smartphones and tablet connectivity, wired or wireless, battery-powered or mains options, video capture, audio feeds of varying quality, and the ability to watch in real-time are all on offer and can be tailored depending on the requirements of your business.

To make navigating the variety of hardware and vendor ecosystems available to today’s company owners less of a challenge, we have assembled our top ten picks for businesses, large or small, including outdoor, indoor, and hybrid security offerings.

Ring Stick Up Cam Flexible, mobile security solution without spending a fortune

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It was once the case that to protect a business premise, heavy-duty, wired surveillance systems were the only options available. Times have changed and with the explosion in mobile solutions and the increased bandwidth offered by broadband and 4G, there are mobile-friendly options for SMBs seeking a budget-conscious security option.

Ring began as a smart doorbell containing a camera for live feeds and a microphone, enabling users to speak to visitors remotely. Amazon saw the potential and acquired the company in 2018, resulting in a new range of accompanying products including cameras.

The benefit of the Ring camera range, including indoor, outdoor, stick-up, and floodlights, lies within its flexibility. Each camera can be connected to the same account and accessed via smartphone, alerting users to motion from all areas.

Of particular note is the new Stick Up Cams, which can be placed inside or outdoors, and on flat surfaces or walls. Battery, wired, or solar-powered options are available. The Spotlight and Floodlight models, too, are of interest given their inbuilt security sirens.

Users can set up their Ring devices to feed alerts directly to their mobile phones. Alternatively, Ring offers protection plans for professional monitoring with emergency services on speed dial.

As there are a variety of different cameras users can pick from, a mix-and-match set up to protect a premise is possible. Indoor cameras begin at $59.99. Stick-up cameras — available as battery, wired, or solar-powered options — can be purchased for $99.99 and up. A single spotlight camera will set you back $199, and floodlight cameras begin at $249.

$130 at Monoprice

Google Nest Cam Discreetly keep an eye out for intruders outside of hours

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Google Nest cameras will of interest to business owners already in the Nest ecosystem — including users of the Nest Thermostat, Nest Protect fire and CO2 alarms, as well as Nest X Yale Locks.

The Nest Cam Indoor and Outdoor cameras are mobile options for on-premise security. They are best suited for budget-friendly users that need basic security measures in place. The cameras can record footage in 1080p HD, and when it comes to the outdoor version, this quality is maintained at night due to the use of all-glass lenses — giving users a clear picture if anyone is sneaking around in the darkness.

Both versions have inbuilt speakers and will alert users via their mobile devices if suspicious activity or visitors are detected by motion and noise sensors. Once the app has been installed and an account has been set up, monitoring begins.

A 30-day service, Nest Aware, will record everything 24/7 for free, but after this period expires, users must sign up if they want full video histories and not just real-time alerts. It is also possible to create surveillance zones for important areas — such as where tills or safes are located — for immediate notifications.

The Nest Indoor cameras are priced at $129.99, whereas you can expect to pay $199 for a basic Outdoor camera.

$129 at Best Buy

Arlo Pro 3 Wireless monitoring for the workplace

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Another option is the Arlo Pro 3. This slimline, business-ready option can be used either in or outdoors, being a weather-resistant model with a variety of mounting options that can detect both sound and motion.

The Arlo Pro 2 suits a variety of purposes; as a day-to-day camera on the shop floor; a discreet camera placed outside to act as a night watchman; or as a part of a full network of cameras in a large workplace. Alerts are sent to linked mobile devices and Amazon Alexa, Arlo, Google Assistant, and Samsung SmartThings are supported.

An interesting feature of this camera is the improved night vision capabilities in comparison to the Arlo Pro 2, in which night recordings are captured in color.

Users will receive real-time alerts whenever motion or sound is detected and footage is captured in up to 2K HDR resolution with a 160-degree field of view. Alternatively, cloud storage plans are available for users if they wish to secure continual monitoring and recordings. An inbuilt siren can be triggered remotely.

You can purchase the Arlo Pro 3 as a two-pack camera kit for $299.99, or a four-pack for $499.99.

$299 at Best Buy

Logitech Circle 2 Compatible with a variety of smart hubs

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The Logitech Circle 2 is a motion-based camera which can be used at home or in the workplace.

Offering a 180-degree field of view, 1080p recording, and automatic day-to-night recording changes, the weatherproof system can be used in or outdoors and is best suited for those who want peace of mind without an overcomplicated CCTV setup.

The cameras connect to an Android, iOS, or Internet-based application. After sign up, users can check in on their devices at any point and will receive alerts for any suspicious activity detected through motion sensors. The free period for storing recordings is 24 hours, or subscriptions can be purchased to keep footage for up to 31 days.

Logitech’s wired camera is also compatible with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Amazon Echo Show, and Logitech POP. However, the wireless version is not compatible with Apple HomeKit.

With low usage and an estimated two daytime events per day, you can expect the wireless option to last up to 90 days. Medium usage, based on seven-day events and three-night events every 24 hours, will reduce battery life to 60 days, whereas usage deemed high — up to 27 daytime events and 13-night events — may reduce battery life to 30 days before a recharge is needed.

The Circle 2’s starting price begins at $179.99 for the wired option, rising to $199.99 for a wire-free alternative. A combination pack containing two wireless cameras with a spare rechargeable battery can be picked up for $399.99. Accessories including mounts and extra, rechargeable batteries can also be purchased.

$179 at Logitech

Netatmo Smart Outdoor Camera Protection for multiple outdoor zones

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The Netatmo Smart Outdoor Camera should be considered if outside security is the priority for your business.

This option is a weatherproof camera substantial enough to be seen — and may potentially deter unwanted visitors by its presence alone — and does not rely purely on night vision. Instead, the camera is equipped with a floodlight that can be remotely enabled, disabled, or set to power up when motion is detected at up to 20 feet.

Users can also set up specific zones for immediate motion alerts.

The camera is compatible with iOS and Android, as well as Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant. In addition, there is no subscription fee as users can choose to store recorded HD footage locally, backup videos via an FTP server, or link their account to a Dropbox account.

A single outdoor camera with a floodlight is priced at $299.99, while versions equipped with a siren are priced at $349.99.

$299 at Amazon

Metra Spyclops SPY-NVR4720WB wireless camera system Expansive wireless surveillance across your premises

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The Spyclops SPY-NVR4720WB wireless camera system is a more traditional option for business users.

The Spyclops SPY-NVR4720WB is a Wi-Fi-enabled, four-channel network video recorder (NVR) able to facilitate up to four cameras and is best suited for companies that require around-the-clock security.

The NVR comes with 1TB internal storage and input from the included indoor/outdoor cameras is sent wirelessly to the NVR, eradicating the need for additional cables. Each bullet camera, using a 3.6mm fixed lens, can record in 1280 x 720p resolution.

While a video monitor is not included, a mobile app on the Android and iOS platforms are available for remote viewing, and a mouse has been thrown into the package for controlling the surveillance system via its Linux-based GUI.

The Spyclops camera system is priced at $499.99. At the time of writing, however, the kit is on sale for $349.

$349 at Crutchfield

D-Link Vigilance DCS-4605EV 360-degree, panoramic coverage of your business premises

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The D-Link Vigilance DCS-4605EV will suit business users who want panoramic security coverage of the shop floor.

This camera is best suited for businesses concerned about vandalism as the camera has been specifically housed in a rugged casing to prevent tampering or damage. Another advantage of this camera is how weatherproof it is; being able to operate in a range of conditions and temperatures from 30 degrees C to 50 degrees C.

The D-Link Vigilance includes a fixed 5-megapixel lens with a focal length of 2.8 mm and is able to record Full HD 2560 x 1920 pixel footage at a 20-foot range.

Each camera can be connected to D-ViewCam, free surveillance software to manage a network of up to 32 cameras simultaneously. The camera also supports Power over Ethernet (PoE), to make deployment possible with a single cable.

The D-Link Vigilance is currently on offer for $259.99.

$259 at CDW

Panasonic WV-S3131L High-quality night vision

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The Panasonic WV-S3131L is an alternative dome camera option for enterprise players.

Equipped with a 2.8mm fixed lens able to record 1920 x 1080 pixel footage at 60fps, Panasonic’s offering comes with a 108-degree field of view, a built-in microphone, and color night vision. The camera utilizes AI-based algorithms to improve recording quality when moving people or objects are in the device’s field of view.

After detecting motion, alarms can be set to respond in different ways; simply to record, send an email notification, or to transfer images in real-time via FTP. Privacy “masks” for up to eight zones can also be enabled to stop the camera from recording particular areas of corporate sensitivity.

Recorded content is encrypted and each camera comes with an onboard memory card slot for up to 64GB storage. PoE is supported, as are ONVIF profiles S and G.

The Panasonic WV-S3131L can be purchased for $396.

$396 at B&H

Hikvision ColorVu Security camera and spotlight combination

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The Hikvision ColorVu turret camera is a weatherproof model suitable to keep track of outside movement on business premises.

Equipped with a 4mm fixed lens and a spotlight, the camera can record 2688 x 1520 pixel footage at 30fps. In addition, the ColorVu is encased in a rugged shell to protect against vandalism, can be rotated 360-degrees, and a range of image settings can be changed including contract, brightness, and white balance.

Users can set their device to trigger an alarm when motion or tampering is detected, as well as when unauthorized logins are noticed.

The ColorVu also comes with a built-in microphone for audio recording and a memory card slot for up to 128GB local storage. PoE is enabled and ONVIF profiles S and G are supported with up to six channels of simultaneous viewing. Users can also download an Android or iOS app to manage their systems.

Hikvision’s ColorVu is currently available for $302.

$302 at B&H

ZOSI 1080P security camera system Versatile surveillance network with local storage facilities

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ZOSI’s 1080p CCTV system should be considered by companies that want a more traditional surveillance setup but have a budget to consider.

To install, the cameras must be wired and connected to a television or monitor. Video feeds, which can be set to begin when motion is detected whether day or night, record at 1080p and footage can be both stored in an internal hard drive or transferred to a USB storage device. HDMI and VGA outputs are available.

These weatherproof cameras can also be accessed in real-time through an accompanying Android or iOS mobile application.

The ZOSI 1080p four-camera system comes in at $159.83, complete with a 1TB hard drive. An upgrade to a 4K wired system with eight cameras will set you back $299.99 with the same level of storage.

$159 at Amazon

Scout DIY security system A must for do-it-yourself fans

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Scout should be considered if you are a DIY fan and want to apply your hobby to home security.

The company’s DIY system allows customers to pick the components they want — such as a hub, door panels, access and motion sensors, indoor cameras, and water detection devices. In addition, you can pick the color and finish suitable for your home (black or white) and the level of remote support you want.

Scout’s product line is focused on mobility. Users pick their components, connect them to their mobile device, and then set you’re good to go. Features include remote real-time access to activity feeds; false alarm checks; arming and disarming, and choosing how the DIY system reacts in different situations — such as how you want to be notified of motion at your front door.

Packages range from a $229 starter kit containing a hub, door panel, one motion sensor, two access sensors, and two key fobs, to a large $549 package offered with a hub, door panel, one motion sensor, four access sensors, two key fobs, a smart lock, and glass break sensor.

Customers can also pick-and-mix different components if they prefer.

A 4G backup system is in place if home Wi-Fi cuts out and subscription-based professional monitoring is also available.

$229 at Scout

SimpliSafe Best for small homes and apartments

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SimpliSafe is another worthy addition to our list and would suit users who need a flexible solution for smaller homes and apartments.

SimpliSafe is a Wi-Fi-connected security solution backed by real-time monitoring in six centers. While wired, in the case of a blackout, devices in the SimpliSafe range have backup batteries.

The basic ‘Foundation’ package, starting at $137, includes a base station, keypad, entry sensor, and motion sensor so you can monitor your doorway and one other area, such as a window. Moving up the product range, users can also purchase the $155 Essentials kit, containing a base station, keypad, motion sensor, and three entry sensors.

Other packages and bolt-on options include panic buttons, freeze and water sensors, smoke detectors, and sirens.

The vendor has a variety of different subscription models available.

At the time of writing, SimpliSafe is offering an additional $99 camera for free with package purchases.

$137 at SimpliSafe

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/best-security-camera/

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How to build business credit

Business credit is vital for businesses that need to borrow money to grow. Building business credit is not impossible; it just takes time and dedication.

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The face of business continues to change. Even before the pandemic of 2020 hit, business market trends suggested that the growth of e-commerce would continue to be the big wave of the future. Businesses are learning to adapt to changes in the digital marketplace and stay ahead of changes by adopting the innovations of e-commerce.

As consumer spending continues to rise, businesses will have to invest to compete. This will require working capital and cash flow to purchase the software and technologies needed to survive in the digital economy.

For those businesses without large amounts of working capital or wealthy investors — like many small businesses and startups — it has brought up the idea of building business credit.

Below, ZDNet has all the information you need on how to build business credit.

What is business credit?

At some point, entrepreneurs and business owners consider borrowing money. Many have not accumulated enough capital and cash to hit the ground running right out the gate when starting a business.

Business credit allows a business owner or company to borrow money to build their business, pay for the necessary purchases, or expand their business. Of course, they must pay this money back with interest.

Some businesses do get to the point where they can maintain their working operations off of profits, but most require constant cash flow — good business credit affords this.

However, it isn’t as simple as walking into a bank and getting large amounts of cash. Businesses must first work hard to build business credit to qualify for needed loans. It takes patience and the right knowledge to build business credit the right way.

How to build business credit the right way?

Most people are familiar with building credit for personal use — applying for loans, purchasing homes or vehicles, or getting credit cards — building business credit is not much different in principle.

How to choose a business structure?

Unless you plan on being a sole proprietor, you must first establish your business as an entity separate from yourself. Not doing so leaves you open to assuming personal liability if legal issues were ever to arise.

In addition, separating yourself from your business also brings advantages at tax time. The most common business entities are limited liability companies (LLC) and corporations.

How to register your business?

Once the proper business structure is chosen, you need to register your business and apply for a federal tax ID from the IRS — known as an EIN. Without an EIN, you will be unable to open business bank accounts or apply for business lines of credit.

How to establish a business credit profile?

Once your business entity is filed and registered, you can begin the task of building your business credit. To establish a trusted financial reputation among lenders, you will need to have a working business credit file.

Every lender will check your credit profile when you apply for a loan or line of credit. The lender must establish trust with the borrower, making sure money borrowed will be repaid. This is referred to as “creditworthiness.”

One way you can begin to develop this trust is by opening a business bank account.

Begin building business credit

There are numerous business bank accounts for traditional banking and online banking. You must find one that suits your business needs.

Consider these when choosing a business bank account:

  • Is it trusted and secure? Make sure you establish a bank account with a trusted bank, one that is registered and insured by the FDIC. As time goes on, you will also want to ensure your bank is an equal opportunity lender in good standing; all reputable banks are.

  • Explore the services and management tools. Chances are you will want to apply for a business credit card; if so, what are the APR rates? What type of management tools do they offer for business accounts?

  • Check the investment rates and maintenance fees. If you’re looking to earn interest on your money, what are their APY rates? What are the required minimum balances to take advantage of those rates? Most banks have monthly maintenance fees, another factor to consider.

  • How are the help and support? New business owners will profit from a bank with professional help centers and financial advisors on-site or within reach. If you’re always on the go, does the bank have an app for mobile banking?

Get a business credit card

Another way to help establish your business credit profile and build your business credit is by getting a business credit card. Business credit cards allow business owners to pay for necessary expenses without massive amounts of cash flow while also helping to build a business credit history.

Most come with higher credit limits and bonus rewards that you won’t find with personal credit cards.

Here are a few advantages:

  • More spending for business tools: Business owners, especially startups, can use higher credit limits to invest in the necessary software and business tools they may need. Business credit cards allow you to build business credit as you boost cash flow.

  • Protection on purchases: As opposed to cash-only purchasing methods, business credit cards often come with protection on purchases — if lost, stolen, or damaged.

  • Rewards and cashback: Many credit card companies offer rewards for spending, e.g. points or miles to travel. Some offer cashback bonuses after meeting certain spending thresholds.

  • Building business credit history: Perhaps the most significant advantage for our purposes is the ability to build a business credit history. It is essential to make your credit card payments on time or early to establish a trusted credit history. This will boost your business credit profile and score with credit bureaus.

Explore other forms of business credit

In addition to business credit cards, there are other ways to establish and build business credit. These include different forms such as supplier credit, vendor credits, and service or retail credits.

  • Supplier credit: Supplier credits are a great way to establish a reputation of trust with your business. Most businesses need a steady stream of supplies and inventory to maintain operation. Supplier credit is an agreement between you and a supplier allowing you to defer payment for supplies. This helps conserve working cash flow and allows you to build credit as you make your payments.

  • Vendor credit: Like supplier credits, vendor credits allow you to purchase services (or products) from vendors with short-term financing. These payments can be made with a business credit card, allowing you additional time until profits roll in. Again, making payments before or on time is critical.

  • Service credit: Service credits are usually the simplest form of building credit outside of business credit cards. Services providers — internet, phone, TV, or other utility services — allow business owners to build credit as they make service payments.

  • Retail credit: Business owners can also establish relationships with their preferred retailers; most offer store credit cards for businesses. This is yet another avenue to build credit as payments are made.

  • Pay early (or at least on time): Again, it is important to pay these entities on time, but preferably early. It is equally important that these entities report payments to credit bureaus. This will ensure that your business credit profile gets a boost.

Keep building and monitoring your business credit

Once your business credit profile is established, and in good standing, you will have a better opportunity to branch out into other forms of lending — lines of credit and business loans.

Again, it is vitally important that these lenders report to credit bureaus so that your business credit profile and history continue to rise.

It is also essential to monitor your business credit profile to ensure your record is up to date and free of errors. Unfortunately, fraudulent activity happens, and if you are not watching your credit profile regularly, this can have a detrimental impact on your business credit.

Currently, three major companies handle business credit reporting — Equifax, Experian, and Dun & Bradstreet. Each varies slightly in their reporting, but each offers ways to monitor your business credit score and standing and allows you to update business information if the need should arise.

Building business credit is not complicated, but it does take time and dedication. Doing so will ensure that your business is equipped and prepared for whatever the future may hold.

At some point, entrepreneurs and business owners consider borrowing money. Many have not accumulated enough capital and cash to hit the ground running right out the gate when starting a business.

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/build-business-credit/

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Apple releases emergency update for older iPhones and iPads

If you’re running iOS 12, this is an update for you.

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Apple is getting pretty committed to the idea of pushing out security updates to older iPhones and iPads. Not only will the company continue to support iOS 14 come the release of iOS 15, we are also seeing a trickle of patches for older versions of iOS.

If you have an iPhone or iPad that’s still running iOS 12 — because that was the end of the line for your device — then Apple has released an emergency update that you need to download and install as soon as possible.

Why?

Because of the three security fixes contained in this update, two “may have been actively exploited.” In other words, the bad guys might already be using the vulnerabilities to compromise smartphones and tablets.

Must read: Apple will finally give iPhone and iPad users an important choice to make

iOS 12.5,4 is available for the following devices:

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPhone 6
  • iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPad Air
  • iPad mini 2
  • iPad mini 3
  • iPod touch (6th generation)

To check what version your device is running, tap on Settings > General, then on Software Update. Here you will see what version your iPhone of iPad is running along with any updates.

Note that if you have stayed on iOS 12 but the device is compatible with later versions, then this update will not be available to you. Your path is to upgrade to the latest release of iOS 14 or iPadOS 14.

There have been several high-profile security issuers plaguing iPhone and iPads over the past few months, and while for some there’s a hesitancy to install updates, it is the first and best line of defense against attack.

And iOS 12 and later will do it for you. Tap on Settings > General > Software Update > Customize Automatic Updates and then turn on Install iOS Updates.

Because of the three security fixes contained in this update, two “may have been actively exploited.” In other words, the bad guys might already be using the vulnerabilities to compromise smartphones and tablets.

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/apple-releases-emergency-update-for-older-iphones-and-ipads/

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SSD market to reach $51.5 billion in revenue by 2025: IDC

The IDC is predicting that SSD unit shipments will increase with a CAGR of 7.8% in coming years.

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The International Data Corporation is expecting an increase in worldwide solid state drive (SSD) revenue and shipments over the next four years, according to a newly published forecast of the market.

The IDC said SSD unit shipments are expected to grow with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.8% and revenues are slated to increase at a CAGR of 9.2% from now until 2025. The market will reach $51.5 billion in revenue by 2025, according to IDC.

IDC also predicted that SSD capacity shipments worldwide will expand further at a 2020–2025 CAGR of 33.0%.

Jeff Janukowicz, research vice president at IDC, explained that the worldwide demand for SSDs has increased because the pandemic has accelerated the need for transformation.

The steep increases are driven by growing demands for storage that expanded throughout the COVID-19 pandemic as millions increasingly worked and schooled from home, using their own devices in many instances.

Demand for PCs has skyrocketed and the IDC said higher SSD demand is also reflected in the enterprise market, where companies are making investments in both cloud and traditional IT.

“IDC believes that most of the long-term trends remain intact, enabling broader SSD adoption over the forecast period, and worldwide SSD units and capacity shipped are higher than the prior forecast thanks to increasing demand from client devices, enterprise storage customers, and cloud service providers,” Janukowicz said.

The IDC added that there have been some key developments in the SSD market globally, including:

  • The pricing of SSDs is still volatile and elevated because of the increased demand.

  • Technological advancements, like NAND flash, will emerge in the next few years and “will continue to enable more cost-effective solutions helping to further increase demand for SSDs.”

  • Client SSDs are in higher demand because of permanent moves toward remote work and remote schooling.

  • Demand for SSDs among cloud and traditional IT market segments has continued to hold strong.

  • IDC believes lower prices will help “drive demand elasticity and system optimization around flash.”

The report also predicts similar growth in the HDD industry because of how COVID-19 has affected the markets for enterprise storage systems, PCs, personal and entry-level storage devices, video surveillance systems, and consumer electronics products. Worldwide HDD industry petabyte shipments are slated to see a compound annual growth rate of 18.5% through 2025, according to IDC.

Edward Burns, research director for IDC, noted that the client HDD market has had a long-term secular decline due to rising SSD attach rates. But the COVID-19 pandemic has over the near term increased the demand for certain types of HDDs, particularly mobile HDDs as well as capacity-optimized HDDs, Burns added.

Jeff Janukowicz, research vice president at IDC, explained that the worldwide demand for SSDs has increased because the pandemic has accelerated the need for transformation.

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/ssd-market-to-reach-51-5-billion-in-revenue-by-2025-idc/

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