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September 12, 2014 – Storing data on an external hard drive, USB stick or on a Cloud is something that is practically second nature to us now, not just for back-up reasons but also so we can easily share both our work and personal files such as photos and music, and have access to them wherever we are.

Many of us would be lost without services such as Dropbox and external devices like USB sticks, and cannot imagine having to go back to the likes of floppy disks and zip drives, however, there will be a time when we move away from Cloud and will be storing our data on, what can only be described as, sticky notes (seriously).

The infographic from Ebuyer below shows how storage has developed since the 1920s and the path it is likely to take in the future.

 

The Future of Data Storage

 

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