There are several different types of storage devices that hold digital data, such as memory cards, CD-ROMs and hard drives. Each storage device ranges in size and capabilities, and the smaller units are commonly found in... More »

Digital data refers to information stored as zeros and ones, while analog data refers to other storage methods. While digital data has largely supplanted analog data, some prefer analog storage techniques. Many analog re... More »

256 gigabytes of storage can hold approximately up to 43,690 songs, 250 hours of digital video, 62.5 hours of DVD-quality movies or 78,380 photographs. The exact numbers depend heavily on the size of individual files. More » Technology Digital Storage

The types of computer storage devices include floppy disks, USB flash drives, memory cards, memory sticks, tape cassettes, zip cassettes, computer hard drives, CDs and DVDs. Storage devices are used to store data from co... More »

Common types of data storage include traditional magnetic hard drives or tapes, optical storage such as CDs or DVDs, flash memory storage in solid-state drives or USB drives, and cloud or networked storage that archives ... More »

Secondary storage devices consist of media like CDs or DVDs, or physical devices, such as flash memory drives or external hard drives. Older computer systems also used floppy disks or magnetic tapes for secondary storage... More »

SSD stands for Solid State Drive, a type of storage similar to traditional hard disk drives that uses flash memory to store data. SSD drives use memory similar to USB flash drives, in that they store data even when there... More »