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Raid Server Data Recovery

Raid Server Data Recovery

A RAID array failure can have serious ramifications for your business. This section explores some of the most common data loss scenarios associated with RAID servers and provides an overview of RAID data recovery procedures for various configuration levels.

RAID Failure Dos and Don'ts

The Dos and Don’ts When Dealing with a RAID Failure

Your redundant array of independent disks (RAID) system holds all your data and when it fails, there are a variety of actions you may take to attempt to save your files. A RAID is a complex system and the wrong

RAID Levels

How to Choose the Right Level for Your RAID System

Last week, we outlined the different storage configurations that are available for your RAID system. After you choose your storage configuration, the next step is to determine what RAID level is best for your storage needs. Some levels offer more

RAID Storage Systems

How to Determine What Storage System to Use in a RAID

2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day. This information can be a fun TikTok video, photos downloaded to your computer, or corporate documents and presentations. With the COVID-19 pandemic, more people than ever before are working from home,

Fire Damage Hard Drive

The Effects of Thermal Damage on Hard Drives

When people think of environmental damage on their devices, the first thing that may come to mind is simply dropping their device when they are outdoors. However, thermal damage can be far more dangerous and require more in-depth recovery techniques.

SAN NAS Pros and Cons

Choosing Between a SAN and NAS: The Pros and Cons

If you’re looking for electronic storage options for computer files, Storage Attached Network SAN and Network Attached Storage NAS are two viable options. Either can be a good choice, but the best option ultimately depends on your needs. A SAN

RAID Storage and Calculator

The Basics of Using a RAID Calculator

The Basics The acronym RAID signifies a Redundant Array of Independent Disks. It is a virtualization technology for data storage that integrates the physical parts of disk drives into logical units. It can be used for data redundancy, performance management,

Is RAID a good backup option?

Is RAID a good backup option?

RAID provides a powerful front-line defense against several potential data loss possibilities by spreading data across multiple disks and providing automatic rebuilding if a disk fails. However, the seemingly bulletproof design of RAID causes many to believe it also serves

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