Data Recovery

Written by Nicole Madison
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In the unfortunate event of a computer system malfunction resulting in data loss, there are several options to recover missing data. These options include back up restoration, sending the hard drive to a recovery lab, using do-it-yourself software, or arranging for remote data recovery service. Remote data recovery is performed by recovery engineers, using a modem or Internet connection to access your hard drive.

Remote Data Recovery

The main requirement of remote data recovery is that the hardware must be in operating condition for data to be successfully recovered. In cases in which physical damage to the hard drive has occurred, the hard drive needs to be worked on in a recovery lab, using special tools to get the drive operational again. If the hard drive is still functional, remote data recovery can be successful for either a single lost file or a large amount of data.

Remote data recovery offers many of the same benefits as lab data recovery service. In addition to those benefits, remote recovery offers much faster recovery times. Furthermore, using remote data recovery, there is no need to take the hard drive apart and ship it for servicing.

Remote data recovery can be used in various data-loss situations. Remote recovery works for retrieving lost data from servers, desktops, and notebooks. This method can be used for a wide variety of platforms and operating systems. As an added advantage, remote data recovery pricing is similar to the average pricing of lab-based recovery work.

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