Data recovery update for the week of 5/7/2012

Data Recovery may be needed for all kinds of reasons. Some possible examples are as diverse as hardware failure, accidental failure, corruptions in firmware, semiconductor failure, a storage device could have been dropped, a hard disk drive may have been ‘accidentally’ formatted…the reasons go on and on for why businesses sometimes lose data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

However, it is not just businesses which are at risk from data loss. Those requiring data recovery come from all walks of life, including governments, enterprises, smaller businesses, and the self employed to “Joe Public” who, with the increase in the use of IPhones and digital cameras to record special occasions, holiday videos and photos may have lost anything from sentimental data to critical emails, and personal account details.

In our weekly roundup – we point you to what the blogs are saying about Data Recovery. From the myths, to how to remove and how to recover lost data, we’ve got you backed-up.

5 Data Recovery Myths That Leads To Data Loss

Data recovery should be a concern for organizations to protect their data from future loss. However, there are some myths around that has to be cleared up. Here, are the top 5 myths about enterprise data recovery:

http://tek-blogs.com/a/c8m268


Data Recovery rogue. How to remove it

Data Recovery is a renewed version of already known rogue hard drive defragmenter, very serious virus threat that represents danger for your system integrity. This application was developed by the team of cyber hackers in order to demand money from users who aren’t even aware of malicious plot of this scam. No doubt, this is the hoax to avoid by all means, and if you have already seen this pest on your computer it is time for actions instead of doubts. Without hesitation, this virus should be deleted immediately from your system, before it completely ruins your workstation and makes the total turmoil inside of it.

http://tek-blogs.com/a/cgrb1p

How to recover RAW drive with raw data recovery tool

Do you know the way of recovering lost file? It sounds funny for some of the computer users who do not know about the data recovery. We all know how to delete a file. Convert raw to ntfs. Simply select the ile and press delete button from your keyboard. The file will become invisible.Of course all of the computer operating systems have a trash that allows you to restore the deleted files. As long as you do not empty that folder, the files you wanted in it are safe. But when you empty the bin, there is no way to simply restore the file. By the time user empties the bin, he/she has forgotten what was in this. In such situations, user may fall in big trouble. It is generally so easy to forget that one project report or financial report was in the bin.

http://tek-blogs.com/a/yeower

Best hard drive format data recovery software

With the continuous growth in the digital media accessibility, all this information has to be stored somewhere. As well as the most commonly used storage media must be hard drive which is also the integrant portion of a computer. One of the famous hard drive producers is actually Western Digital which provides high performance hard disk drives to every user. When you find yourself using Western Digital data recovery knowledge is quite necessary after the data lost, because no hard drives producers increase the risk for offer for recovery.

http://tek-blogs.com/a/3uz0sy

EPDM Tech Tip: Data Recovery

It was a typical scene, curbside to the local cafe. Boy meets Girl. They introduce themselves, shake hands, and exchange glances with a smile. Boy begins to think about all the things he wants to say to Girl, rehearsing all of it in his mind.
And then Boy gets hit by a bus.
Girl is left standing with no clue of all the things Boy was thinking before the bus crashed into him. Only that first impression is locked in her mind. Well, that and the image of the crash itself, but this isn’t about that crash. It’s about yours.
It’s about those (hopefully rare) times when your computer hardware decides to fail, a laptop gets stolen, or Murphy’s law cruelly strikes in some other fashion, and leaves you with files that were added to the Enterprise PDM vault, but were never checked in for the first time. Is all lost? No… but that first impression is all you get.

http://tek-blogs.com/a/v6ga9

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