Cisco Server Data Recovery Services
Cisco offers a variety of RAID devices and controllers, but the company is most often associated with NAS data storage and communications servers. Cisco's NAS devices offer flexible, reliable storage with well-implemented RAID protection, but like any storage systems, they can fail and lose data under certain circumstances.
Our CISCO data recovery engineers draw from years of experience to develop a case-specific plan for each RAID.
Most Cisco devices can use RAID 5, 6, 10 or other redundant RAID configurations. Many of the devices in the company’s NSS series, for instance, use RAID 5 as a default to provide reliability and a high capacity at a low cost.
Some of the most common causes of data loss on redundant Cisco RAID arrays are multiple mechanical hard drive failures, overheating, errors during a rebuild, and user error. System administrators might never have a chance to swap out failed hard drives, or a RAID re-initialization may wipe out a logical volume. In any
case, you need to take fast action to minimize your downtime after a RAID data disaster.
When your Cisco RAID fails, you should immediately turn device off. Do not attempt to rebuild a failed Cisco RAID and never attempt to reinitialize the RAID, especially if the device shows any error messages apart from a general drive failure message. Contact a reputable data recovery provider as quickly as possible
to ensure the best possible chances of a successful recovery.
Finding a Cisco RAID Recovery Services Specialist
Secure Data Recovery Services specializes in RAID data recovery, and our engineers have years of experience with Cisco RAID systems. We can provide quick, dependable data recovery services for the aforementioned NSS series, the UCS series and all other Cisco RAIDs, regardless of the number of hard drives
in the RAID, file system or failure scenario.
Our laboratories feature Certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom, which provides an exceptional environment for professional data recovery. Cleanroom prevents contaminant particles from touching the exposed platters of RAID hard drives during head swaps, platter swaps and other necessary data recovery procedures. While most data recovery companies use Class 100 standards, we hold our laboratories to the higher Class 10 ISO 4 standards to keep our clients' media safe at all times.
Secure Data Recovery Services also holds a number of security certifications. We post our audit and attestation reports for our SAS 70 and SSAE 18 Type II Certifications online to provide our Cisco RAID data recovery
clients with an overview of our excellent access control procedures and to accommodate our clients that need to comply with federal privacy laws, we have earned additional HIPAA, FERPA and PCI-DSS compliance certifications.
Getting Fast Data Recovery Services for a Cisco RAID System
Our data recovery experts are ready to discuss your Cisco RAID's failure scenario. We offer free evaluation services to pinpoint a cost of recovery and turnaround time, and we are one of the only data recovery providers in the world with specialized 24/7/365 services for Cisco RAID arrays.
For more information about our services, feel free to check our online tools and resources and ask for a free price quote. To set up a professional evaluation of your Cisco system, call our 24/7 RAID data recovery customer service line today.