When your raid server fails, it can stop your entire business. After all, what can your employees really do without computers?
Most of us have been in the situation of having our work computer crash; our hands are tied as the IT department works on our system. Or maybe you need to send the hard drive out for data recovery service. Sure, you can find a spare computer and get it up and running independent of the company server -- but what can you do without your files?
Here are a few non-industry specific ideas to keep your company moving as you wait for 24HourData to restore your company data and repair your raid server. Remember, in most cases, we'll provide raid server data recovery in 24 to 48 hours after we provide your initial free diagnostic and you give us the go-ahead to begin work. Emergency raid server data recovery service is also available.
- Make sales calls -- that is, unless your sales data base is stored on the server
- Set goals for the week, month or quarter -- unless your project management software is stored on the server
- Read industry trade publications and take notes -- unless those journals are only published in digital format
- Brainstorm ideas for new projects - just don't lose the papers with your handwritten notes!
- Go out for the old “three martini lunch,” and keep your cell phone on for that call from 24HourData saying your raid server data recovery has been successful and you'll have your Raid drive back shortly.
Relax. If you've already called 24HourData for RAID Data Recovery, you've done everything you can to maintain productivity in the event of a raid server crash. With our unmatched industry success rate and fast turnaround, you can be secure in the knowledge we'll have your data back -- and get your people back to work to keep your business running -- quickly.