We are using SSD's sata2 disks, but they often get corrupt. I also see that users on their desktop, don't use the on off switch from the computer but use the main power-switch of their office room. This switch turns of everything, it was once thought of to reduce power in our offices that way.
I explained many times to first logoff windows 7 but people forget that frequently and so this results in corrupt SSD's,
I wonder would it be safer to use normal hard disks ?
My main doubt here is I am not sure if they would park their disk heads if power goes off.