Every damaged hard drive is different, but working with Raid data recovery can be a particularly daunting challenge. Not only does each Raid configuration present a separate technical situation, but some will be more or less redundant, and more or less apt to the spread of corrupted files, than others.
In general though, there are five things any business owner or executive should know about data recovery and Raid hard drive configurations:
- The bigger and more complicated your system is, the more likely it is to contain files that your company can’t do without for an extended period of time, so pay attention to speed and service.
- Raid data recovery can be complex and specialized; it’s not the job you want to trust to a local computer repair shop or the general IT practitioner.
- Some Raid configurations have multiple layers of redundancy, meaning that data can sometimes be pulled or extrapolated from single drives, even if the entire system has become physically damaged.
- Because Raid drives are typically found on servers and other business-class technology, you need a data recovery team that will protect the confidentiality of your information and keep your company’s files safe.
- Regardless of what you might hear elsewhere, know that Raid hard drives are hardly ever “completely lost,” even if they are damaged while in non-redundant configuration (like Raid 0).
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