Some types of removable media are encased in cartridges to protect sensitive data-carrying surfaces from dust, moisture and mechanical wear. Cartridge enclosures are necessary where the medium itself is too fragile to be handled directly (as with Zip disks and floppy disks), but are sometimes dispensed with to reduce media costs (as with compact discs and later generations of DVD-RAM media).
Dangerous devices: the huge storage capacity of computer-removable media poses a considerable threat to sensitive corporate data.(COMPUTERS & AUDITING)
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