In a new service Disk Doctor Labs Inc., a world leader in data recovery, now offers remote RAID data recovery services for RAID systems through the use of virtual environments VMware, XenServer, and Hyper-V. People requiring emergency data recovery can now go to their website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for a free online evaluation.
For more information, visit: http://diskdoctors.com.
Many businesses lose money daily due to server failure, and not every business has the necessary tools and training to repair and recover any lost data in their systems. This issue is prevented by having RAID-enabled systems for data storage.
The main purpose of setting up RAID systems is to keep important data available and intact at all times through redundancy, but failures happen a lot due to mechanical problems or software bugs. This is an issue that businesses across the world encounter regularly. And RAID data recovery becomes more difficult depending on its level.
Disk Doctor Labs Inc. specialists are trained to handle any kind of hard drive data recovery, including that of RAID systems from level 0 to level 6. They are also capable of HP, IBM, and Intel RAID recovery and their new service makes it possible for businesses to get immediate access to the help they need 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Disk Doctor Labs Inc. has been in the business of hard drive data recovery since 1991, a pioneer in the field. of data recovery and forensic analysis. The company’s technicians are all professionals certified by Microsoft, Apple, Dell, and HP that can restore data on different hardwares and systems, either online or in-site.
Other than RAID recovery, the data restoration service also specializes in recovering photos, music, Microsoft documents, and emails on Microsoft Outlook and several other email clients. They also developed a data recovery software which can be tested for free for a limited time. The recovery tool is available for download on their website.
In the new remote service Disk Doctor Labs Inc.’s clients can mail their hard drives and other devices free to their offices, which are located in all US states and two in the UK. The company also offers a “no data, no charge” guarantee in the rare case that no data is recovered.
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