RAID Recovery from Disaster
RAID data loss can be devastating to any business.
Without access to your data, RAID system failure can cost you thousands
of dollars in lost productivity and employee downtime. Ironically, combating
downtime and lost productivity is one of the main reasons that large organizations
and small businesses alike choose RAID systems in the first place.
With RAID's different levels of data storage, many companies
rely on the systems to store data without failure, so when RAID data loss
occurs, and you need hard drive
RAID recovery, it can be particularly distressing. However, if you
are suffering from a RAID system failure, then keep in mind the good news:
at Hard Drive Recovery Group, RAID recovery is not only possible, it is
one of our most successful data recovery
RAID, or a Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks, in computing
terms describes an organization of multiple hard disk drives used frequently
on servers. With RAID systems, you can replicate data on multiple drives
simultaneously in order to increase performance and reliability of the
data. Essentially, on a RAID system, when you save data, it is saved in
more than one place on different hard disks, and it is intended to save
data in the case of a fault, error, or disk failure. Sometimes, however,
problems ensue, and RAID recovery is necessary.
Because RAID systems save data onto multiple hard disks simultaneously,
it seems unlikely to many RAID users that RAID systems would fail, causing
a complete loss of data. Unfortunately, RAID systems do fail, making RAID
recovery necessary. Sometimes, they can be recovered with simple server
data recovery software. Sometimes, particularly in hard
drive failure scenarios, not.
While RAID systems do offer greater levels of data security
than others, they aren't invincible. However, the belief that these systems
are fault-proof leads many users to believe that they do no have to back
up their systems. Some common causes of RAID failure include human error
and physical damage to the arrays (which are housed together).
The technicians at Hard Drive Recovery Group are experienced in restoring
data from failed RAID systems, and have been very successful in the past
at restoring RAID arrays, even from what was thought to be permanently
lost data. We have recovered data from crashed RAID servers, and can offer
you the convenience of having our experienced technicians come to your
office instead of having you send your system to us.
In cases where the data loss has been caused by a physical
problem, however, it may be necessary for our technicians to examine the
system in the security of our clean room
Hard Drive Recovery Group - Our Guarantee
When you contact the data recovery
experts at Hard Drive Recovery Group, we will provide you with the
peace of mind you need to trust us with your hard drive. We understand
that time is money which is why we have worked so hard at developing the
fastest turn around time in the industry. In emergency situations, we
can get your system back up and running within 24 hours. And, we guarantee
that the price you are charged will not be greater than the price we quoted
you when you first contacted us.
If your RAID system has just failed on you, don't panic
and don't attempt to recover the data yourself. This can cause further
damage to the data; instead, contact us immediately for assistance.
Contact us here today,
and discover the Hard Drive Recovery Group difference when it comes to
any kind of computer data recovery
service. Remember, if we can't repair your hard drive, there is absolutely
here to request a free data recovery quote.
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