Save your Business
Data loss can be catastrophic to your company! Failing servers, hard drives and malicious attacks can leave you out of options and in an extremely sensitive situation when it comes to running things smoothly. CompCorrect’s Data Recovery is here for you, our engineers are able to recover data from a wide variety of setups such as hard drives, solid state drives, external hard drives, and hybrid drives. We use an extensive set of tools and skills in order to achieve the most satisfying results. There’s only a limited amount of time and effort you can spend during this kind of process to ensure no more mission critical data is lost. Ensuring the best route is taken the first time, is what we can offer to make sure that the highest success rate is achieved.
RAID Volume Recovery
A Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) Array can be setup in several different ways ranging from a stripe, where data is saved across all disks equally, to a triple parity where there are fault tolerances to lose disks. How RAID Volume Recovery works is pretty complex and makes it a little more difficult to recover the data opposed to a single hard disk or storage device. Failure of a RAID array can be caused by several events such as a failing drive, bad RAID controller, or even a simple bad cable. The best practice here is to provide us with all the member disks of the RAID array and the controller used, then we can recreate the environment it was set up in and recover the array to a point where the data can be extracted from it. We also offer Cloud Backup and Storage that is fully compatible with data stored in RAID arrays and can help avoid disaster in the future. We have experience with RAID arrays utilizing several different types of file systems and partition structures such as FAT32, NTFS, MBR, GPT, ZFS, etc. being used on MacOS(X), Windows, and Linux/Unix based operating systems. No job is too big or too small, if your data is important, we can help you get it back.
Hard Drive and Solid State Drive Recovery
Recovering data and files from a single media such as hard drives or solid state drives are by far the most common data recovery service we see. We can perform a recovery on files that were either deleted, corrupted, or stuck in a damaged hard drive. Failure of mechanical hard drives is more common due to the friction created by spinning disks, and most of the time replacement of certain mechanical parts can make the data recovery process simple. Solid State Drives whether SATA, mSATA, or m.2 don’t experience mechanical problems, but experience wear on the cells making the recovery process slightly more complex but very possible. All other single media storage devices can be recovered as well such as Flash Drives, External Hard Drives, and much more. Performing incremental backups of these devices can avoid having to go through the data recovery process as well as minimalize data loss. If you’re experiencing what may be a failed drive, whether it be unresponsiveness or odd noises coming from your system, we recommend shutting it down immediately and scheduling an inspection. When handling this tricky topic, we always follow best practices, and you should too.
Virtual Machine Recovery
While technology is ever expanding, so are businesses. Virtual Machines (VMs) that host several different operating systems such as Windows or Linux Servers and Desktops on a single physical machine are starting to become more popular. We have experience with a variety of different virtual machine software such as VirtualBox, VMware vSphere, ESXi, QEMU, KVM, ProxMox, and more. Even with operating systems running in a virtual environment, data stored on them is not invincible and can still be lost, corrupted, or the physical machine they were running on could fail. While on the physical machine they can be running on a single hard drive, a RAID array, or could even be stored in a network attached storage device. Using our experience with several virtual machines in a plethora of different atmospheres, we can assist in recovering lost data that was stored within them as it takes a good understanding of how these virtual machines work in order to recover data from one. Remember, it’s always a good idea to do backups of any data that is important to you in order to minimalize data loss in any situation. Hardware independence and virtualization solutions are great things that can be far more stable than physical machines but don’t take that for granted because they are not immune to data loss.
Many companies of all sizes use specific databases as a backbone for business, storing the data they need in a format that makes it easy for employees to access. Many events where a database has any sort of failure and/or data loss can lead to catastrophic effects on the company. We can assist in recovering lost data from a database as to help in the rebuilding process with our Database Recovery service. Restoring chunks of the original data can help achieve a satisfying result to bring the database back to life, no matter how it was originally stored on drives. We analyze the original setup and try to get it back to a state where it was functioning properly. It is important to recognize when there has been a database failure so operations on it can stop as to prevent overwriting any lost data. Our Cloud Backup and Storage solutions can help prevent data loss by constantly backing up important database files to a cloud infrastructure to be restored in the event that data loss or hardware failure occurs. It is important to have certain processes within a business streamlined and the need for Database Recovery can be prevented by taking proactive measures in your network infrastructure.
What can we assure?
- High Success Rate
- The extremely knowledgeable staff at CompCorrect can recover data at an extremely high success rate. This allows you to know that you have a professional team working to solve your problem.
- When handling data for certain firms it is important to follow certain HIPAA compliance and encryption laws to keep data secured during the whole recovery process. Our certified team of engineers can achieve just that.
- Critical Thinking
- Again, there’s no room for margin of error when it comes to data recovery, our engineers will use the extent of their critical thinking abilities to make sure that the least amount of damage is caused during the data recovery process, especially with failing drives.
Data loss can be a headache, but with our speed and efficiency, we can make it much less of a hassle. This service is best paired with Enterprise Security and Cloud Backups and Storage, these can save you a hassle in the future. Your data is important to you, and we can help make sure that data loss is a thing of the past.