Data Recovery OptionsEventually all hard drives fail. Some fail because of malware, corruptions, faulty software, power surges, dust, or simply age. When this happens, it can cost valuable business time. At worst, when proper set up, backups, and monitoring are not active, such failures can even ruin a business.
Our managed service plans not only provide this kind of monitoring, but we also track system lifetimes and signs of system failures to do something about them before they become such a big problem.
But absent this, suppose you've already lost your data - what are the options?
While it may seem like data is lost, there are certain tools that can be used to sometimes access the data in other ways. You may be able to find and use these methods, but do-it-yourself data recovery is almost never a good idea. This is a very delicate process and if not done properly, not only could you permanently lose your data, but you might also cause serious damage to your computer.
In these cases, it is best to seek out trained professionals at IT service companies. The less you have done to the system yourself, the more chance they will have in recovering anything that may still be recoverable.
Of course, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of treatment, and the same goes for computers. Best to already have a managed service plan in effect to help avoid these losses, and to have someone already familiar with your system and data in case one does happen.
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