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Network Observer columnist David Doering (dave@techvoice.com), an EMedia contributing editor, is also senior analyst with TechVoice Inc., an Orem, Utah-based consultancy.

Articles By David Doering
David Doering | For studios with multiple or complex duplication jobs, the Aleratec Tower Publisher's combination of LightScribe technology and queueing capability is a valuable asset, making it a great time-saver and a great way to impress clients.
Posted 08 Sep 2006 By
The Envelopes, Please
Posted 01 Sep 2005 / August 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 8] Issue By
We can all agree on what tapeless storage do: they save capture time and sidestep tape dysfunction by attaching to a camcorder and recording DV live and direct to disk. but who does it best? The answer comes down to size, capacity, battery life, usability, and more. Here, we compare three compact contenders: Shining's CitiDISK, MCE's QuickStream, and nNovia's QuickCapture A2D.
Posted 29 Sep 2004 / March 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 4] Issue By
David Doering|Walking the floor at NAB 2004 sure convinced me that now’s the time to be in the video and production business.
Posted 04 May 2004 / Enterprise Search Demo Center Issue By
David Doering | Thanks to the plummeting price of hard disks and components, less-expensive, pre-configured RAID systems are reaching the desktop workstation market. That means more capacity and more data security for digital studio pros.
Posted 19 Feb 2004 / October 2005 Issue By