If your company uses a server with a series of hard drives in a Raid 50 configuration, you or your IT advisor probably chose the set-up for fast file transfers, maximum redundancy, and improved network performance. What you probably never hoped for, though, is for a pair of matched or mirrored hard drives to fail…or for corrupt data to spread from one drive to another and bring your entire system off-line.
Although Raid 50 failures are relatively rare (outside of physical damage to multiple drives), it isn’t impossible to see your entire network go off-line all at once. If and when it does, you don’t want just any IT partner working for you, but a team of Raid 50 data recovery specialists who can analyze the array as a whole, along with each drive individually, to find the fastest solution.
Because the hard drives in a Raid 50 configuration can store virtually everything it takes to keep your company running, speed, a reputation for results, and a commitment to data security are all equally important. That’s why we encourage you to work with a team like TTR and maximize your chances of getting the files you need quickly and reliably.
To learn more about our Raid 50 data recovery services, as well as why TTR does things differently than our competitors, call a member of our team right now.