Software-based recovery of RAID arrays from any manufacturers and deleted files with Hetman Software tools.
from External Storage
Read about recovering data from network storage (NAS) and external USB or eSata disks formated in FAT or NTFS.
Various types of external storage quickly gain popularity. External storage systems are easier to maintain, upgrade and extend than computers’ built-in hard drives. They can be shared over the network safer and easier than computer hard disk drives. They can be conveniently placed and connected via a convenient link. Finally, users can add huge storage capacities to their laptops and mobile devices, which would otherwise be completely impossible.
of NAS Storage Systems
Read about recovering data from a faulty network storage: the things you should and shouldn’t do. Can data recovery software help you?
Information above applies to logical errors in external storage systems in a fully working state. But what if some component of your external storage system fails? Or what if your NAS storage is simply worn out? Problems with NAS storage are easy to overlook.
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.
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.