What is RAID?

RAID (redundant array of independent disks or redundant array of inexpensive disks) is a data storage technology that combines multiple disks in a single logical volume in order to achieve greater protection against hardware failures, greater performance or a combination of both.

Common RAID schemes are RAID 1 – also known as mirroring – and RAID 5.

There’s a complete list of all RAID schemes on Wikipedia.

What is a remote desktop software?

A remote desktop software is an application that allows a user to remotely access and control a machine.

Many remote desktop applications are based on the open source VNC while others on proprietary code. Some can work without the need to open logical ports – like our Supremo – while other can’t.

Remode desktop software are widely adopted solutions to provide remote support and to manage servers.