Useful Data Recovery Information and Articles:
Importance of backing up:
In this computerized age, making backups of your critical
data has become a crucial, but often overlooked necessity.
You've probably heard the old cliché: "An
ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." There
couldn't be a more accurate statement when it comes to
backing up and saving your valuable data...Read
costs of data recovery:
As a consultant for a data recovery lab for 7 years, I
have heard this question asked much more than any other.
Understanding that price and cost are indeed big factors,
there are other concerns to take into consideration. First
of all, only the data's owner can accurately put a 'price'
on his or her data...Read
Season - How to avoid data loss:
Sudden loss of power, power surges, and electrical spikes
are all very common causes of computer damage.
(In this case, your hard drive to be specific.) Every
component inside of your computer can be replaced. Your
data however, can not! Read
Recovery - Hard drive failure & data loss:
When a digital disaster dtrikes, Who are you going to
Once upon a time, if your hard drive failed you had it
repaired. This was a much more cost effective solution
rather than buying a brand new whopping 5Mb (Yes that
is correct. 5 MEGAbyte, not Gigabyte!) MFM interface drives
for nearly $1,000.00! Read
Preparation and planning advice to avoid data loss:
How to Prepare for the Storm; From the Eye of the Storm!
Don't let your business get "Blown Away!" Data
Loss can be devastating. It could instantly take a small
or medium size business from "Open for Business"
to "Out of Business" in the blink of an eye.
Virus? Your data may not be lost forever
GOT VIRUS? Your Data is NOT lost forever! In the wake
of so many computer viruses running wild, "Hope is
With the recent release of such viruses as: mydoom; netsky;
mofei, lovegate and many more destructive viruses, there
is an affordable solution to recover your lost files from
your hard drive. Selecting a Data Recovery Service Company
can be a challenging and confusing undertaking to say
the least. Read
Clicking Hard Drive Recovery
If you hear any clicking sounds coming from your
hard drive, it's usually a 'tell-tale' sign of a mechanically
failed hard drive crash.