Posted on: 11/02/2010
RAID Data Recovery If you're a corporate executive or work in medium-to-large business, you may use a raid data server for data storage. But you may never think twice about how it works. When it crashes, though, you know there's trouble. And, as reliable (after all, RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks) as they are, there's a lot that can go wrong with these complicated devices.  Let's take a look at how a raid server works.  A raid array is designed to: - protect your data against loss with an added level of duplication - provide higher input/output speeds In some cases, a raid array also provides additional storage capacity. Since this set-up does not offer data redundancy, though, you lose the benefits of added data storage reliability typical with many raid servers.
Posted on: 10/28/2010
Flash drive Recovery When they were first introduced many years ago, flash drives were commonly called “thumb drives,” “key drives,” or sometimes by their more proper name, “USB drives.” It was easy to see how they got these nicknames. Flash drives aren't much larger than your thumb, and people often carried them around on key chains. Also, you inserted them into the USB port of your computer much like you insert a key into a keyhole. Back then, flash drives held, at most, 2MB of data, and were primarily the domain of IT experts. “Computer geeks” wore these odd-looking drives on lanyards around their neck, soliciting strange looks from the people whose computers they worked on when they inserted one of these mystical devices into the USB port of their PC. Flash Data Recovery Service Since the Invention of Flash Drives
Posted on: 10/26/2010
Hard Drive Recovery You're not running a business on your computer. You don't even trust the Internet to pay your bills. Most of the files on your hard drive are photos of the grandchildren, school papers from those night classes you took, and family recipes. But now your computer isn't booting up and you're not sure what to do. The contents of your hard drive aren't worth a lot -- but they mean a lot to you. At 24HourData, we understand that not every hard drive recovery involves sensitive corporate data, top secret government files, or financial statements for a Fortune 500. But that doesn't mean the data isn't important.
Posted on: 10/20/2010
Hard Drive Data Recovery You've rebooted your laptop three times and it just keeps making the same noises. The computer can't seem to read any of the data on your hard drive. It sounds like you need a hard drive recovery service. But how do you know which one to choose? You may feel at a loss when it comes to choosing a hard drive recovery service -- especially if you can't access your computer, so you can't even surf the Web to browse the different choices available. What should you look for in hard drive recovery service? Look for: 1. A company with experience working on your brand of hard drive 2. Friendly, round-the-clock service 3. A hard drive data recovery expert who operates in a clean room environment 4. A hard drive data recovery service that promises confidentiality of your case and the data recovered 5. fast service when you need it most, with the option to purchase emergency data recovery service with turnaround times even faster than 24 hours in some cases
Posted on: 10/18/2010
External Drive Recovery Many people use an external hard drive that connects to their PC or Mac for easy and convenient data back-up. This may seem like a good, cost-effective data back-up solution, especially for individual users and small business owners. But consider these facts about external hard drive data storage: - If you store your external hard drive in the same location as your computer system, it is subject to the same dangers, including floods, fires and theft. If someone steals your computer, what's to stop them from taking your external hard drive, too? - If files become infected with a computer virus on your PC, those same files will still be corrupt and unreadable when you back them up to your external hard drive. - An external hard drive can suffer shock damage from being dropped
Posted on: 10/15/2010
Mac Recovery If you're a small business owner, your iPhone may be your lifeline to success. You tweet, check email, and maybe even attend important industry webinars on your phone. Losing the data and contacts on your iPhone could be the equivalent of losing thousands of dollars in business. But where can you find a company that specializes in Mac data recovery? Mac systems, from G4 desktop machines to iPads, are highly specialized, unique tools. Because of their renowned reliability, Macs are perceived to fail less frequently than their PC counterparts. But how many people do you know have sat on their iPhone and crushed or broken it?  Physical damage from shock, water or fire to your Mac-based system is just one reason you may need Mac Data Recovery. You may also need Mac data recovery due to any of the following circumstances:
Posted on: 10/12/2010
Do-it-yourself Data Recovery You're facing the infamous “blue screen of death” and unsure what to do. Thoughts of your child's graduation pictures, your grandchildren's photos, and the novel you've been working on since retirement cause you to cringe. Will it all be lost forever?  Here at 24 Hour Data, we've all suffered significant data loss at one time or another, and we know what it feels like. First you wonder if you'll ever be able to recovering your lost data. Then you begin to mourn the data loss. Finally, you feel anger that you didn't back up your files. You wish you could turn back time and create a reliable back-up system.  Then the thought strikes: Maybe you can fix it all! Maybe you can recover lost data yourself!
Posted on: 10/11/2010
Fire-Prevention October is National Fire Prevention Month. The National Fire Protection Association is focusing on educating businesses and individuals about the use of smoke alarms to prevent injury and the spread of fire.  In addition to injuries and property damage, fires can cause the loss of important company data. But if a fire in your office building is detected and exterminated early enough, a professional data recovery firm may still be able to access your data.  Fire Damage Requires Physical and Logical Data Recovery When your hard drive is damaged by extensive heat caused by a fire, it may require both physical and logical data recovery services. During a physical data recovery, your data recovery firm will work to repair aspects of a hard drive or other storage media that may have been damaged. Data recovery can even -- in some cases -- restore data from melted storage media.
Posted on: 10/01/2010
Data Recovery Cost When faced with data loss this is one of the first questions that comes to mind. Is Data Recovery going to cost me thousands of dollars? The answer to this question is complicated. Pricing for Data Recovery depends on media type, drive size, and issue with the drive.  What kind of drive do you have? Is it a Hard Drive, RAID array, Mac Drive, SSD, Flash Drive, External Hard Drive, or Tape? Media type can make a huge difference in pricing. For instance, a Solid State Drive or a RAID array will be much more expensive to recover than a Hard Drive. Next, what size drive do you have? A 80GB Hard Drive will cost half the price to recover in most cases than a 1TB Hard Drive. Drive size is definitely makes a difference in pricing.
Posted on: 6/10/2010
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