A backup copy and the need to restore deleted files with Hetman Software products.
and Fault Tolerant Systems
Why can we lose data even with fail-safe systems? The mistakes that users make most often.
Data on a hard drive or a memory card can be easily lost, but their recovery is very difficult. There are definitely more than seven common mistakes made by computer users who want to reliably store information. The Top list assembled here is the result of many years of answering our customers’ queries and helping our clients handle the various cases of data loss.
How Students Can Protect
Against Data Loss with a Laptop
Read this article for advice on reducing the risk of data loss - and make things easier even when this disaster strikes you.
Laptop computers are great for managing student workload. Often being the one and only computer a student has, laptops are regarded as extremely important information containers. Losing access to information stored in a student laptop may easily cause havoc. Preventing such a disaster is utterly important.
Why Data Recovery Comes Handy
Even if You Do RAID and Backups
This article will explain the meaning of the term “fault tolerance”, the extra security RAID systems add, and what backups can and can’t do when it comes to securing valuable information.
Familiarizing oneself with one of the many data recovery tools is an essential step of ensuring data integrity in the long run. Fault-tolerant systems, redundant storage arrays and even scheduled backups often do not mitigate the need of having a data recovery tool. Why is it so? This article looks at what ‘fault tolerance’ means, what kind of additional data safety is provided by RAID arrays, and what backups can and cannot do when it comes to ensuring the integrity of your data.