Losing data is an extremely stressful situation. Not only do you have to be concerned about the actual data that is missing, but you also have to deal with the consequences of downtime. Since losing access to data can often bring productivity to a halt, speed of recovery is more important than ever. The normal data back-up procedure is to first look to those backups and get back the most recent good copy. Unfortunately, obtaining a “good” backup is often a challenge – both because of the time it can take to restore backups and also the fact that backups can fail or contain corrupt data. In that case, data recovery is an excellent solution because if the recovery is successful, you are assured of getting back your most recent data from the point of the actual failure. The only caveat with a normal data recovery procedure is that you have to
Thursday, 22 November 2007 03:10
Remote Data Recovery Provides Fast SolutionWritten by Jim Reinert
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