SSDs are top-of-the-line when it comes to speed. Developers, designers and advertising agencies rely on them when working with large CAD, image or video files. Built-in SSDs are an absolute necessity if your daily workflows entail intensive data processing on computers. External SSDs, on the other hand, offer distinct benefits for creative teams desiring efficiency within a network. The higher cost of SSDs is compensated by their faster computing speeds, which is influenced by file size and the transfer rates supported by the interfaces. In the corresponding category of our Bechtle online shop, you can choose between internal and external SSDs. Once you’ve made your choice, you can further narrow down the options using additional filters such as performance criteria and interfaces.
Both managers and office staff generate several Gigabytes of data every day—and they want to be able to access this data easily and securely even months later. In this case, hard drives are the best choice, as they provide the best balance of price versus performance. Although storage capacity is key, additional factors must be considered as well, such as security and backup features. For instance, redundant storage through RAID systems is essential for protecting business-critical data. And if you’re often on the road with your notebook, a mobile hard drive may be useful. Find them in our online drive along with internal hard drives and external hard drives. When selecting an internal hard drive, make sure to note whether they’re designed for desktop devices, enterprise use or notebooks.
Your company will likely need more storage as it grows or if it expands its scope of activity. Often this can be accomplished by simply upgrading your capacity with SSDs and hard drives, saving you the time and money of replacing your entire computer fleet. We provide a broad range of accessories to help you incorporate hard drives and SSDs into your network flexibly. Choose from adapters, converters, docking stations and enclosures by leading brands, such as HP, Toshiba and Western Digital. The right combination of storage components and accessories will put you in prime position to leverage the growing flood of data—even for big data applications.