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Data Loss Prevention

Data Loss Prevention

In order to prevent file loss, you need to understand the various types of issues that affect modern computers and take steps to minimize your risks. Our blog can help you avoid some of the most common data loss scenarios.

Tape Storage

Storing Tapes Properly to Prevent Data Loss

Businesses with large servers and serious data storage systems often back up critical data with tape cartridges. Proper storage is a fundamental component of any data tape archive. To make sure that your backups are available when you need them, make sure to keep your tapes in an appropriate environment.

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Common Causes of Photo Corruption and File Damage

Data corruption is a fairly common problem for computer users. Any file can become corrupt due to operating system or software issues, but image file corruption is especially common and problematic. Depending on the software that you use to access and edit your images, you might see corruption manifest in a number of ways.

Partition Concept

Using Partitions to Avoid Hard Drive Data Loss

Partitioning a hard drive can allow for faster operation, and for many computer users, this is a good enough reason to set up appropriate partitions when installing a new operating system. Many users do not realize that partitions can also protect against several common data loss scenarios.

Business Strategy Planning

Does Your Company Have a Data Recovery Strategy?

Sadly, many companies are feeling the need to develop a strategy for how to deal with an armed intrusion or even an internal attack. But considering the catastrophic consequences that loss of data could create for any company, a data recovery strategy and policy should be in place for every business.

Looking for Your Data in the Garbage

Looking for Your Data in the Garbage

One precious file lost in a terabyte of trash. Maybe the file is somewhere else? Maybe. Maybe. Maybe. Data recovery is so much easier when you know where the data is supposed to be. Maybe it is on that drive that crashed last week that had nothing but company party videos. Maybe it's time to start digging in that trash can. Looking for your precious data in the garbage isn't fun. You know it is somewhere on the drive. Maybe it is here under this...

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Avoid Permanent Data Loss by Checking Your Backups Regularly

Modern computer users know that in order to avoid data loss, they need to regularly back up their most important files. However, while many businesses and personal computer users take appropriate steps to back up their files, very few take the time to verify the quality of their backups. This step is incredibly important and can mean the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major catastrophe.

Organize Your Files to Prevent Hard Drive Wear and Tear

Organize Your Files to Prevent Hard Drive Wear and Tear

Where is that word document? Where did that program go anyway? You’ll spend hours looking for lost files if you let your computer become encumbered by scattered information. Not only this, but your computer will take longer to access those files you’re trying to find. Wouldn’t it be nice if you knew exactly where that file was?

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