Many businesses rely on exchange servers to integrate all aspects of their business and keep employees in disparate departments in constant communication with each other electronically. The system, typically provided by Microsoft Exchange, can coordinate entire businesses by centralizing messaging, events, scheduling, tasking, and email through the company.
Use of Microsoft Exchange or other exchange services tends to involve a heavy reliance on the dependability of the system, and hiccups or failures can result in large swaths of essential data becoming inaccessible by users, a situation which requires immediate attention from skilled professionals. At TTR Data Recovery, our data recovery engineers are highly trained and specialize in saving lost or damaged data in all forms of storage, including exchange servers.
At TTR Data Recovery, our data recovery engineers are highly trained and specialize in saving lost or damaged data in all forms of storage, including all Exchange servers such as:
- Exchange Server 2010
- Exchange Server 2007
- Exchange Server 2003
- Exchange Server 2000
- Exchange Server 5.5
- Exchange Server 5.0
- Exchange Server 4.0
- Exchange Server 1.0
Exchange Data Recovery Services
Connectivity issues which impede users’ ability to interact with data stored on exchange servers can be extremely detrimental to the productivity of a business, frequently grinding company activity to a halt until the issue is resolved. TTR Data Recovery uses a number of highly specialized techniques and applications to recover essential data lost on exchange servers such as notes, tasks, and emails which will allow you to get back on track quickly without significant loss of information.
Exchange Data Recovery – Causes of Data Loss
Exchange servers operate independently of local hardware, and are therefore typically immune to failure from mechanical problems such as power surges or physical damage. There are still vulnerabilities in the system however, and the following events can lead to a problematic loss of data:
- Corruption of data within the database
- Corrupted database backups
- An inability to mount the database
- Exchange server crash
- Server failure
- Human error
For more information about our Exchange Server Recovery process, call us at (888)328-2887.