Data Backup and Data Recovery-What you should know!
Data Backup and Data Retention should be of the highest importance to your business, large or small.
There are many types of hard drive failure - mechanical (head crash, severe shock due to abuse or fall, bearing/motor failure), electrical (PCB related) and magnetic (exposure to strong magnetic fields) are just a few of the ways your data can be lost. Most times these failures are sudden and unpredictable. Sometimes they are gradual and progressive (bad sectors on the drive). It is important to always monitor the health of all your drives. There are inexpensive and free programs available to monitor and read SMART data - the overall health record of each drive that is stored on the drive itself.
There are several proven and reliable ways to ensure your data is always backed up and easily recoverable. For the simplest of users who may have Quickbooks for their business and a decade worth of family pictures on a single PC, the built-in Windows 7 Backup and Restore paired with a secondary backup/disk image drive is a great tool to utilize. For larger businesses with a greater amount of data to keep secure, regular incremental backups or a RAID solution is a great way to keep everything up and running even in the event of a failure. RAID is a full redundant system of 2 or more disks working in conjunction with software to create a fully recoverable backup set. There are many different levels of RAID available for different applications.
So the question of this article is, "What options do I have if I suspect I have lost my data?" Depending on the type of hard drive failure Bytefixx has solutions to recover your data quickly and efficiently. Using state of the art software and leading industry techniques we can attempt to recover your data and restore you to the state it was in before the failure. We perform data recovery for both consumers and businesses. Personal user data and senstive company data are treated equally. No job is too small. Initial diagnosis as to the nature of your hard drive failure is always free. Our rates vary depending on the specific failure encountered. Please call or email us for a quote.
Bytefixx is located in beautiful Kensington, New Hampshire and serves the entirety of New England and beyond. Please visit our conveniently located full service facility at 281 South Road, Route 107 in Kensington, NH or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also speak to one of our technicians at 603-394-7344.
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