Archive for the ‘Data Recovery’ Category

5 Guidelines for Hospital Data Recovery Plans

August 15th, 2012 Comments off

hospital-data-recovery Toward the end of July, dozens of hospitals across the country lost access to crucial electronic medical records for close to five hours during a major computer outage. Human error caused the computer outage, which is just one of many potential disasters that can affect hospital data. Although no hospital or physician reported any harm to patients, the length of the outage and the delay of the backup system were …

General Data-Loss Prevention Tips

July 17th, 2012 Comments off

data-loss The cost of a data loss event is directly related to the value of the data and the length of time that it is needed, but unavailable. Consider:

The cost of continuing without the data The cost of recreating the data The cost of notifying users in the event of a compromise General Data-Loss Prevention Tips

Software and Hardware

Document your systems and archive original copies of your software in…

What Is Data Loss?

July 17th, 2012 Comments off

Data loss is generally characterized by one or more of the following:

The inability to access any data from a previously functioning computer system or backup The accidental deletion of files or the overwriting of data control structures Corrupted or inaccessible files due to abnormal device operation or damage

Among other causes, data loss can be attributed to system or human error, adverse environmental conditions and device failure:

Human causes…

Hard Drive Data Recovery

June 17th, 2012 Comments off

If you use a HDD with a decent amount of time, there is a good chance someone has told you that data stored on the HDD is not exactly safe. It is definitely true.

The fact that unlike tapes or CDs or other methods of storage, hard drives are mechanical, active devices and are thus subject to comparatively rapid breakdown.

The real threats to hard drives are the people who …

Fujitsu Data Recovery Services

February 3rd, 2012 Comments off

Data loss can result from many causes. These can include virus attacks, system malfunction, or human error in the handling or installation of the drive. Fujitsu highly recommends that users take standard measures to protect their data, the most important of which are frequent and regular backups, and diagnostic checks of your drives.

The list of Data Recovery Companies below are recognized by FCPA. If you utilize one of these …

Tips for WD Data Recovery

January 10th, 2012 Comments off

WD Data RecoveryWD Drive Data Recovery If the drive is spinning and shows up in Disk Management (Windows), or Disk Utilities (Mac), but you can’t access it, then the drive’s partition table may be damaged or corrupted. It may be possible to still extract the data utilizing data recovery software. Western Digital does not provide data recovery software, however, there are several kinds on the Market. If you do a web search …