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.