In today’s multimedia world, the tried and true floppy disk is just too small and too slow; however most of us still use floppy disks simply because they are a computing standard and just about every computer has a floppy drive.

But what do you do when your PowerPoint presentation won’t fit on a floppy? And how do you keep a vast number of documents together when you have to juggle them on several separate disks? We’ll look at a couple of products that just might hold the answers.

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