True/False††††††††† Mark T for True and F for False. If False, rewrite the statement so that it is True.
__F__1. Storage devices cannot be categorized as input or output devices.
__F__2. A storage medium also called secondary storage, is the physical material on which a computer keeps data, information, programs, and applications
__T__3. Compared with the access time of memory, the access time of storage devices is slow.
__F__4. On storage media, a higher density means more storage capacity.
__F__5. Because of current standards, head crashes still occur.
__F__6. The access time of an SSD can be more than 100 times faster than a hard disk.
__T__7. While encrypted files offer greater security than unencrypted files, an operating system may require more time to open and access encrypted files.
__T__8. While each program may use a different method of encrypting files, they all use the process of cryptography.
__T__9. A group of two or more integrated hard drives is called a RAID.
__F__10. When you are finished using a USB flash drive, Right click the icon select eject and wait tell it is safe to remove.
__F__11. Mini discs require a separate mini disc drive; that is, they also work in standard-sized optical disc drives.
__T__12. An active RFID tag contains a battery that runs the chipís circuitry and broadcasts a signal to the RFID reader; because they are so small, they can be embedded in skin.
Match the terms with their definitions.
__A__3. longitudinal recording
__B__4. network attached storage
__I__7. sequential access
__E__8. solid-state media
__F__9. thumb drive
a) storage method in which the magnetic particles are aligned horizontally around a diskís surface
b) server whose sole purpose is providing storage to users, computers, and devices attached to the network
c) the number of bytes a storage medium can hold
d) special-purpose chip and electronic circuits that control the transfer of data, instructions, and information from a drive to and from the system bus and other components in the computer
e) flash memory chip type that consists entirely of electronic components, such as integrated circuits, and contains no moving parts
f) flash memory storage device that plugs in a USB port on a computer or mobile device
g) process of transferring data, instructions, and information from memory to a storage medium
h) process of copying audio and/or video data from a purchased disc and saving it on your own media
i) storage technique that reads or writes data consecutively
j) process of transferring data, instructions, and information from a storage medium into memory
Some devices do not recognize some storage devices. If it was used to store files from a windows system it might think that it can only read windows devices.
You will need to look on motherboard to see what the ports look like. Then you can determine which to buy.
Look on the camera to see if there is a spot for a USB cable that connects the camera to the computer.
When transferring the files it may be possible that the transfer did not complete successful. Check the device that they were transferred from and start the transfer again.
You can buy an external optical drive reader. Then install the disk from there.
(a) Visit a general reference website and locate any free resources that you can download to your computer or mobile device. What materials are available to download? Which general topics are available? For which classes would you find the contents useful? Are you able to browse and search the collections? What types of current news articles are displayed? Are links to news stories or research articles shown? How often are they updated? Are previous stories archived so that you can research these events?
I researched https://www.w3schools.com/
What materials are available to download?
You can download HTML templates.
Which general topics are available?
HTML, CSS, SQL, PHP, Python
For which classes would you find the contents useful?
ITS 230 and ITS310
Are you able to browse and search the collections?
What types of current news articles are displayed?
I cannot find anything
Are links to news stories or research articles shown?
How often are they updated?
Are previous stories archived so that you can research these events?