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Podcast: What is the shelf-life of CD-Rs?

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 This podcast from WhatIs.com discusses the shelf life of burned CD-Rs, the optical storage media that has become the default storage solution for tens of millions of PC users worldwide. Learn more about the technology -- and whether you should be considering multiple, redundant storage options for your data.

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This was last updated in October 2006
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