As media storage requirements grow larger, RAID arrays are becoming more popular for home and small business use. Whether you run a large company who has relied on your IT staff to configure and maintain a RAID array or server farm for years, or a small business owner now using RAID 0 or RAID 1 for greater storage capacity or enhanced data protection, it's not always easy to know who to call if your RAID array fails and you need emergency data recovery service.
What should you look for in a RAID recovery service? In general, large corporations, small businesses and home users all have similar needs when it comes to RAID recovery.
- Reliable recovery track records - Whether it's family videos or important corporate data stored in your RAID array, if you're calling a data recovery service, it means your data is important to you and you want it back. 24 Hour Data has industry-high success rates for RAID recovery.
- Friendly, personalized service - Facing a data recovery emergency is stressful. When you phone a data recovery service, you want a friendly voice on the other side of the line, who will take your information promptly and professionally, so we can get started on recovering your lost data as soon as we receive your RAID drive.
- Fair pricing - If you're a home user, your desire to retrieve lost data might be balanced by a need to stay within a budget. Business owners, too, want to make sure their data recovery costs have a reasonable ROI. You shouldn't be able to re-create the data for less money than it costs to retrieve it.
24 Hour Data's fair and honest pricing is designed to fit the budgets of most home owners, small businesses and our corporate clients. Most importantly, we provide an accurate estimate, so you know how much you'll pay before we begin -- that means no surprises!
Additionally, our no data, no charge guarantee means there's never a risk to call 24 Hour Data. We hope you never face RAID failure and data loss but, if you do, 24 Hour Data is here to help.