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Staples Blank Media
Back up vital data and make permanent copies of files by writing them onto Staples® blank CDs. These versatile discs offer plenty of space for storing large documents, data-heavy media, and recovery algorithms for vital programs. They are also a convenient medium for transporting and sharing files in a compact, secure format that isn't vulnerable to hacking or the man-in-the-middle attacks common with wireless transmission, helping ensure a company's most private data remains confidential. Discs support encrypted data that cannot be read without the appropriate decryption key.
Back up Files and Applications With Staples Blank CDs Protect irreplaceable files and programs from loss by backing them up on Staples blank CDs and Staples DVD-Rs. With between 4.7 and 8.5GB of free space per disc, and in packs from a few discs to dozens, these CD and DVD blanks offer enough space to save a huge project or to store the recovery information for a whole application.
Store Media on Staples Blank CDs Store more than just company and program data on these discs. CD-Rs use a common data encoding protocol to save large amounts of information and have enough room to record up to 80 minutes of audio files. This is good for keeping copies of important company speeches and lecturers' presentations, as well as for burning copies of favorite music tracks or sound effects for a video project. Use the higher-capacity DVDs for recording up to 120 minutes.
Securely Share Vital Files With Staples Blank CDs Keep sensitive files safe by transferring them onto these CDs and DVDs. Once the disc records the necessary data, a CD-R or DVD-R permanently encodes the information in an unalterable format, frustrating efforts to tamper with files or to infect them with a virus. Because discs are only accessible by placing them inside a reader, they are immune to remote access attempts and sudden drive failure.
How Do Staples Blank CDs Work to Store Information? CDs and DVDs both record information as a series of microscopic impressions on a silicate wafer between two layers of transparent plastic. These dips can be read by a tightly focused laser beam, which translates the on/off pattern of the grooves into digital information.
What Do "R" and "RW" Mean On Staples Blank CDs? The "R" in CD-R and DVD-R indicates that the disc contains read-only data. After a single recording pass, these discs are permanently marked and the information on them cannot be altered. An "RW" disc may be read and written to many times. As a rule, RW discs are more versatile than R discs, but they are arguably less secure against tampering because of how easily they accept edits and even wholesale rewrites.
Are Staples Blank CDs Compatible With All Readers? These CDs use a standard format to store data, and so they work with all read and write systems in use. Desktop and laptop computers, CD-equipped stereo systems, and DVD players are all capable of clear digital playback if the recorded format is compatible with the device.