Recovering data from RAID/Server
Raid is a configuration of hard drives mainly found in servers, but more recently in PC's and USB backup devices.
It offers increased performance and reliability of data storage and processing. Most servers that support business needs
will use RAID in a 'striping' or 'mirroring' configuration. We have been recovering mission critical data from servers for over 30
years and know how important it is should a fault occur.
Reasons for data recovery
Hard drive RAID configuration are designed to continue working even if one (and often more) of the drives are at fault.
Whilst RAID offers good redundancy measures, multiple drives can fail, other hardware faults can occur and software issues
can also contribute to a failure.
How we can help get your data back
We have significant experience working on server data recoveries and RAID based systems. We realise the importance
of getting your mission critical data back quickly and cost effectively. If you need further advice do not hesitate
to contact our support team.