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Subject: RE: Memory sticks
Thread ID: 50692 Message ID: 50952 # Views: 2 # Ratings: 0
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Date: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 12:02:31 PM         
   


Hi ,
No doubt these little pens are worth all the dollars .
I started using one ( 128 Mb) about a year back and found it invaluable especially for
taking your application files to the clients , very reliable. I used to take floppies
with me before and ran into problems everytime.

After I purchased this little genie , all my problems are solved .

Great too for downloading stuff from the internet and storing images

I store my projects in one of them and can work on the project right away at the clients site
if needed.

A great product
Khozema


> Hi,
> Just thought I would post this as I have found this piece of hardware a real time saver in doing my job.
> I purchased a memory stick. If you do not know what this is it is a small (3 inches long, 3/4 inches wide with a
> USB plug in it). These can be purchased with 128meg, 256 meg, up to 1 gig of memory space. You just plug them
> into a USB port and they self map and you got a nice way to copy out your development work and bring it home
> and copy the files into your home computer.
> This elimintates the need to burn a CD and bring large project home.... I also use it to install application at
> workstations. I can copy my exe and runtime files and setup onto the stick, plug it in and run the setup.exe right
> off the stick.
> I got me a 256Meg stick... lots of room to transport that application you are working on. You can get these things
> up to 1gig currently. The stick I purchased was $59.95 CDN for 256 meg. on special.
> Got to update the virus dat, or service pack, or critical updates to those servers that are in your DMZ... with no
> access to the internet? Copy the files to the memory flash stick, plug it into the servers USB port and run the install
> right off the flash card.
>
> On the flip side this technology opens up security risks on your network.... so with GPO's disable external devices
> on your workstations.
>
> Pete from the Great White North. (Only in Canada, ay.) Over and Out ...


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Memory sticks Posted by Pete Sass @ 9/4/2004 6:23:08 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Andy Kramek @ 9/5/2004 2:32:57 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Jamie Osborn @ 9/10/2004 2:03:58 AM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Raju S @ 9/5/2004 4:14:30 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 9/6/2004 7:01:57 AM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by John Discallar @ 9/6/2004 10:50:55 AM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Lucy Alice Pilanga @ 9/6/2004 10:58:09 AM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Prashant Shah @ 9/6/2004 8:47:16 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by John Discallar @ 9/7/2004 4:44:42 AM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Lucy Alice Pilanga @ 9/7/2004 4:58:53 AM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by khozema adenwala @ 9/7/2004 12:02:31 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Mike Shea, Jr @ 9/8/2004 7:52:57 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by khozema adenwala @ 9/9/2004 7:35:51 PM
RE: Memory sticks Posted by Raju S @ 9/10/2004 7:35:52 PM