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SAN Server Data Recovery from an Industry Leader

SAN Data Recovery Services

When your Storage Area Network (SAN) device fails, you aren’t the only person affected by data loss, it’s everyone in your workplace who uses the system. SAN data recovery will get your operations back on track and Secure Data Recovery engineers have decades of experience working with SANs.

SAN RAID Data Recovery

Secure Data Recovery Services can restore your SAN RAID's data while repairing your hardware to a functional state.

A SAN offers a more efficient means of accessing and managing data. Storage capacity is divided among the devices for block-level storage. No matter the operating system or device type, the engineers at Secure Data Recovery can help with recovering your SAN unit. We use our own proprietary technology for recovery and have a dedicated R&D team to develop new techniques for recovery on existing and emerging media.

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Why Do I Need SAN Data Recovery?

The goal of a SAN is to meet a business’ need for proper data storage and access while eliminating a single point of failure. Unfortunately, that doesn’t guarantee that your SAN will always run properly. If your SAN system fails due to physical or logical damage, a professional data recovery company has the expertise and quality tools to keep your company from having to rebuild from scratch.

Secure Data Recovery can recover your company’s client information, employee documents, and databases that may include years worth of critical data.

Why Choose Secure Data Recovery?

We have an overall 96% success rate in recovering data from all types of Storage Area Network devices and operating systems. Our company is manufacturer approved as we work with all brands of SANs including HP, Dell, EMC, NetApp, and more.

Secure Data Recovery has a dedicated research and development team that is constantly working to find innovative recovery methods. Additionally, we have the following security certifications:

  • HIPAA Compliant Data Handling Process
  • SSAE 18 Type II Audited
  • Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom
  • FIPS 140-2 Level 3 Validated Security

How is My SAN Data Recovered?

We perform our SAN recovery in an SSAE 18 Type II certified lab with a Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom. Our engineers begin by diagnosing the SAN members and analyzing the file system, RAID, and SAN metadata. After the diagnostic report is complete and approved by the customer, engineers begin by repairing the members of the SAN and imaging them if needed.

Imaging is the process of making a copy of the information to work from, which keeps the device in its original condition. After the imaging, they perform a SAN assembly, file system repair, or database repair if necessary before extracting the data.

Failure Scenarios for SAN

Our engineers have experience recovering data from SANs in all types of data loss situations. The most common SAN failure scenarios include:

  • Hardware Failures
  • LUN Deletion
  • Formatted Partitions
  • Failed Rebuild Attempt
  • Physical Damage Including Fire and Water

What to Do When a SAN Fails

If you are experiencing any of the failure symptoms listed above, DO NOT attempt to repair a failing device as it could affect the rest of the drives, resulting in permanent data loss. Do not run any type of software or attempt to restore the system on your own.

Power down your SAN as soon as it begins to fail and call an industry leader in data recovery. Secure Data Recovery has the fastest turnaround times in the industry, limiting your downtime and increasing your business’ productivity after a SAN failure. Call our customer service representatives 24/7 at 1-800-388-1266.

Customer Reviews (3)

Average Rating:
5.0

This service was rated 5.0 out of 5.0 based on 3 review(s)

  • Reviewed on May 31 2018  |  SEATTLE, WA

    SecureData Recovery save the day

    Our customer had a corrupted Windows Virtual Hard Disk (vhdx) large file of over 16TB in size and was unable to read the data off the VHDX file. We tried using multiple commercial tool out there to attempt data recovery but nothing worked for our client. Fortunately we have done business with Secure Data Recovery in the past and they were able to professionally deliver result and they did it again. We were able to recover most (if not all) of the data. Dealing with Mitch and securedatarecovery was easy as he was very responsive. We felt that we knew where the progress were the entire time and he was being very professional on top of very knowledgeable throughout the whole process. Thank you again Mitch! We hope never to contact you again (who likes disaster) but when we do, you guys will be the first on our speed dial.

  • Reviewed on Dec 21 2017  |  Rochester, NY

    Life saver

    Secure data recovery was able to save us from a total raid failure. They were able to completely recover all data. The service is expensive, but that is not surprising. Mitchell Moore, my account rep, was knowledgeable, helpful, and quick to respond.

    Greatly recommended when you are in dire need of disaster recovery.

  • Reviewed on Apr 11 2016  |  Chesapeake, VA

    Server data recovery

    We had a server go down and found we were missing one part of our backup. We searched online for a company that would be able to recover data from hard drive failure. I contacted Secure Data and was impressed how quick they were to respond to our emergency. The process was very simple to send the hard drives in. They gave me a website to view updates in the process of recovery. I worked with Alan Sakenes from the start and had confidence they would recover the data. I would recommend this company to anyone that has drive failure.

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