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Audio Storage and Networking in the Digital Age

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There are many ways to store audio files but traditional methods are not conducive to file sharing, which is the goal of the modern networked facility. While still evolving, the world of digital audio storage offers the technology to quickly and safely share files between users, and even allows simultaneous users on different platforms to access audio. Learn how your facility can simplify the transition to the digital world, what products are on the leading edge, and what to look for when you are ready to make the leap.

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