New submitter Mal-2
writes with a selection from IB Times of special interest for anyone replacing hard disks with solid state drives:
The standards body for the microelectronics industry has found that Solid State Drives (SSD) can start to lose their data and become corrupted if they are left without power for as little as a week. ... According to a recent presentation (PDF) by Seagate's Alvin Cox, who is also chairman of the Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC), the period of time that data will be retained on an SSD is halved for every 5 degrees Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit) rise in temperature in the area where the SSD is stored.
If you have switched to SSD for either personal or business use, do you follow the recommendation here that spinning-disk media be used as backup as well?