If you’re planning on attending this year’s NAB Show, be sure to check out Team OWC at Booth #SL14016. The annual digital media trade show is officially set to kick off Saturday with exhibits set to begin Monday at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
If you do plan on heading to NAB and haven’t yet registered, make sure you enter our special code “LV2568″ during the checkout step for the Exhibits-Only registration, and receive an Exhibits-Only pass – a $150 value – free! The deadline to apply and pick up your free pass at NAB upon arrival is today, so act fast! Article Continues…
While in town for the annual South By Southwest festival recently, Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine.com dropped in on Other World Computing’s Austin office.
Powers got a tour of OWC’s downtown facility and a got a first-hand look at the efficient new solar panel array on the building’s rooftop.
He also had a chance to talk about tech, upgrading previous generation Macs, and customer support among other things with OWC Founder and CEO Larry O’Connor.
Check out after the jump for a video of Powers’ interview with OWC Larry: Article Continues…
Thursday, March 20th, 2014 | Author: OWC Mason
OWC was saddened to learn earlier today of the passing of Patrick J. McGovern, founder of International Data Group (IDG). IDG, which publishes Macworld, TechHive, Greenbot, Computerworld, Techworld and PCWorld, is naturally reeling from the loss of McGovern, 76.
“IDG has lost a true visionary, and the IT community has lost one of its most exceptional citizens,” said newly elected IDG board chairman, Walter Boyd. “Pat’s foremost desire was for IDG to make the world a better place through the medium of information technology. He created a unique workplace where we have the outstanding leadership team in place to ensure that the company he created will continue to grow and prosper.”
OWC has a long-standing relationship with IDG, both as advertisers and beneficiaries of the knowledge shared by its publications, especially Macworld. IDG is also producer of the annual Macworld/iWorld trade show that focuses on the Apple products.
“We here at OWC are deeply saddened to hear the news of Pat McGovern’s passing,” said Larry O’Connor, OWC founder and CEO. “Pat was truly a pioneer in the industry and his presence will be missed.”
According to Macworld.com, information about a memorial service will be posted soon. For those that want to offer condolences and remembrances, please visit www.idg.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We here at OWC have always made it clear how important it is to back up your data. Sometimes, however, even backup plans aren’t a guarantee. This can cause not only the loss of important data, but it also brings a lot of unwanted stress.
Luckily there is do-it-yourself data recovery software in Data Rescue 3. Data Rescue 3 effectively assists in recovering files from a problem hard drive or files that have been previously deleted. In fact, it’s so effective that today it was announced that it has been rated the best Mac hard drive recovery software by TopTenREVIEWS with a perfect score of 10 out of 10.
“We are proud to continue to hold this coveted position with TopTenREVIEWS for 2014 and be the industry leader for Mac hard drive recovery software,” said Jennifer Bell of Prosoft Engineering.
For more information on the award-winning Data Rescue 3 software, check out OWC’s selection and get peace of mind at a great price!
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 | Author: OWC Frank
The annual National Association of Broadcasters show NAB bills itself as the place where “Content Comes to Life”. Well this year from April 7-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, storage will come to life with the addition of the OWC Jupiter Callisto to OWC’s Jupiter line of enterprise storage appliances.
OWC Jupiter Callisto is a unified storage appliance that can function both as a NAS and as a SAN at the same time. Built on the ZFS storage architecture, OWC Jupiter Callisto provides advanced features to ensure data protection, optimization, and flexibility allowing creative teams to handle nearly any storage requirement from general IT through video production with Ethernet speeds up to 10Gb/s. When more storage is needed, additional OWC Jupiter mini-SAS chassis can quickly be added for up to 256TB of total capacity. Other World Computing can now support any workflow from single-user to large teams all backed by OWC’s leading service and support. Article Continues…