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Run Your Software From a USB Stick for Security and Speed

April 12, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Historically, freelancers have carried their software tools as compact discs, or as copies of the discs on a portable hard drive. Both have needed to be installed on the library, or client’s computer. This has been time-consuming additional work. Security has also been an issue, with temporary document files and software footprints being left behind after an install — a thorough cleanup being even more onerous at the end of the job. Along came cloud-driven apps, with some speed and security benefits over a hard-drive install, although hidden files can still be left behind — think browser cache for one.

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