Knowledgebase – Tips and Tricks

While you should never attempt to repair digital media or recover your own files, you can often prevent file damage by taking immediate action after a disaster. This part of our blog contains tips to help you avoid data loss.

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SSD Endurance and Why It’s Important

For most consumers, the shelf life of a digital storage device might not be the...

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Simple Rules on How to Protect against Malware

Malware. It’s a term we hear a lot about these days. A simple Google search...

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How to Destroy Old Cell Phones

Cell phones, like most electronic devices, will eventually wear out or will become outdated as...

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Top 5 Common Error Messages on Computers and What they Mean

It is the dreaded text across a dark screen that people cannot click out of,...

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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....

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Can You Trust Your Data Recovery Company?

When you lose your photos, videos, work documents, and other digital files that comprised a...

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Choosing Between CMR and SMR Technology in Hard Drives

Most people know hard disk drives (HDD) as the form of data storage that uses...

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Why You Shouldn’t Perform At-Home Data Recovery During COVID-19

In this time of working from home, many people will find themselves without the support...

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Where Does Data Go When It Is Deleted?

When you don’t need a file to clutter up your device anymore, you simply drag...