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This story appears in the October 2001 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Chances are, you love the recordable CD drives in your office. But if you have a lot of data to juggle, it's time to add a recordable DVD drive to the lineup-or, even better, a new PC with one already installed.

A DVD disc holds almost 15 times the data of a CD-a capacity more in tune with today's fat graphical applications and jumbo fixed-disk drives. Plus, all DVD recordable drives will read your CD-ROMs, and some will burn CDs, too.

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