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Knowledgebase – Tips and Tricks

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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4 Tips for Keeping Your Hard Drives Safe in the Winter

In order to keep your hard drives safe, you need to make sure to operate them in an appropriate, temperature-controlled environment. This can be difficult during the winter, particularly if you run a large number of computers in a commercial facility, basement or other area where temperatures vary with the seasons.

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Common Types of Data Loss and How to Prevent Them

We receive thousands of cases each year, and while no two are the same, we've found that many of our clients lose data for similar reasons. Here are a few of the most common types of data loss. Remember that data loss can occur at any time. Even if you have a new computer or a redundant storage system, you should always remember to backup your information frequently to keep yourself protected.

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Hard Drive Failure Symptoms

Hard drives contain a lot of moving parts, so they occasionally fail and lose data. Unfortunately, many computer users don't recognize the symptoms of a failing hard drive right away and continue to operate their drive, which greatly increases the chances of permanent data loss.

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