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New Data Recovery/Erase Special Interest Group

Last week at the Flash Memory Summit, the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) and its Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI) announced the creation of a new Special Interest Group to deal with data recovery and secure erasure problems. Solid state storage presents a huge problem when we need to to recover data from it. Data … Continue reading

Seagate Performs Data Recovery Free of Charge

A partner sent us a link the other day claiming their local computer distributor performs data recovery services, free of charge, using Seagate Rescue Plans. Does this mean that with a Seagate drive your locked into Seagate recovery as your only option? Seagate Rescue & Replace So what is this Seagate Rescue & Replace all … Continue reading

Professional Hard Drive and RAID Data Recovery: My Data Recovery Lab

We are excited to present you a complete new experience in data recovery. We are small, female owned company with new approach in the industry.  My Data Recovery Lab is a new data recovery service provider, and we like to point out that we are doing things a little differently. We offer our customers an … Continue reading

The basics of data recovery strategy

It is a common mistake that data recovery and backup strategy are the same? Obviously they are not. Data recovery strategy involves steps to follow when data loss occurs while backup strategy should prevent data loss. It is irrelevant how big your company is when it comes to data loss. Some believe that only large … Continue reading

How to recover deleted data?

There is a general misconception that, after a file of any kind was manually deleted from a hard drive, there is no way to retrieve that particular file. The truth is that, when pressing “delete” after selecting a certain file, and removing it from the “recycle bin” afterwards, you have just removed the indicators of … Continue reading

Recovering Data from RAID Systems

Redundant array of independent disks, or RAID is a storage technology that combines multiple disk drives into a logical unit. Data is distributed across the drives in one of several ways called “RAID levels”, Depending on the level of redundancy and performance required data is distributed in one of several ways called RAID levels or … Continue reading

The History of Data Storage

From the dawn of civilization people have sought a way to store information for long amounts of time, ultimately forever. Ancient Egyptians built pyramids with their inside walls covered with hieroglyphics and even had their rulers mummified. Today, in the era of Facebook and Twitter we are experiencing very similar problems on a different level. … Continue reading

DIY: data recovery

Some estimate that 4 out of 5 computer users have experienced data loss. In most cases one would connect their external drive, prepare to find their data, and nothing happens. Your drive isn’t working and you may think the data is lost. Before you panic, assuming your drive is an actual hard disk, there are … Continue reading

One copy of your data is not a backup

They lay witness with the ability to testify for and even against us. We protect them from falling into the wrong hands. We manipulate them, exchange them and allow them to hold our memories. They are our business, our pleasure, our thoughts and our feelings. They are our Data. Given the quantities and frequency with … Continue reading

Data Recovery for SD Cards, USB Drives and More

Over the years USB thumb drives and memory cards get larger and cheaper, it’s getting easier to trust much more of your data to them. It’s also much easier to mistakenly erase data or have them hiccup on you. And if you’re in the habit of holding on to that data for too long — … Continue reading