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Causes of Data Corruption

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 Sandy Cosser (November 04, 2007)  Computers are very fickle machines, as we all know, they can be sturdy and reliable in the most trying times. You can drop them and kick them and spill coffee all over them and they won't be fazed at all and one day an ant will crawl on top of it, there will be a click, a buzz and your screen will beat a hasty retreat. The causes of data corruption are rich and varied, it could be all .. (Data Recovery)

Help! Can You Help Me Find My Images?

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 Micah Klitgaard (November 03, 2007)  If you have lost an image it might be a good idea to check your inbox another time. It has recently been shown that the worlds largest “image databases" are the mail servers within Companies. If you look closely at which file types are most commonly found on mail servers, you will see they are image files such as . JPG and . GIF. If you in the past have used or are using the mail .. (Data Recovery)

Data Transfer Made Easy By Pen Drive

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 Roberto Sedycias (November 02, 2007)  Pen drive is the ideal for people who are looking for bigger space to store their data and want an easy-to-operate storage space. Transferring large quantity of data from one computer to the other has always been a problem, mainly due to lack of suitable data storing device. Storage mediums like CD, floppy and e-mails have always failed us in urgent times because of their shortcomings .. (Data Recovery)

Data-Recovery - Take Data Center Disaster Recovery Plans To A New Level With Online Computer Backups

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 Gil Nelson (October 31, 2007)  Recent technology in the field of online computer backups has made data center disaster recovery plans a breeze. In the old days (think before 2005), data center disaster recovery plans were only marginally effective. Data had to be stored on CD's, in folders, on zip disks (remember those?), and on backup computers. Many businesses didn't bother to backup data to a separate location at . (Data Recovery)

iPod Data Recovery

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 Nahar Dijla (October 28, 2007)  There is a lot of bad news nowadays because data is getting lost faster than eve before. This has now become a matter of grave concern because large companies are fighting each other to make profits yet their functioning is getting their profit lines into deep trouble. A large part of our work depends on data stored in computers, laptops and even iPods. The iPod is a great device that .. (Data Recovery)

Laptop Data Recovery

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 Nahar Dijla (October 28, 2007)  In our fast paced society, mobility has become essential in “keeping up". With the costs of laptops becoming so much more affordable and performance parameters turning more competent, it has become essential for most people to have their own laptops. From individual users, to self employed professionals, laptops are a most preferred ‘mobility’ option. Lost data may .. (Data Recovery)

Linux and Unix Data Recovery

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 Nahar Dijla (October 28, 2007)  Forty years ago there was only one type of computer system. Today, the variety of computer systems has grown into its own world of complexities. Technological advances have been extraordinary in the hardware side of the industry. Yet while we marvel at ever-faster storage devices and greater processing power, it's good to remind ourselves that we also need amazing new operating systems .. (Data Recovery)

Advanced RAID Server Data Recovery

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 Nahar Dijla (October 28, 2007)  RAID server data recovery is one of the toughest and most challenging processes for any data recovery firm to undertake. This is because the problems pertaining to RAID server data recovery are compounded by the user's actions before the drives are sent to professionals for recovery. Many users make the mistake of attempting to recover the data themselves or repair the array through .. (Data Recovery)

Hard Drives Data Recovery

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 Nahar Dijla (October 28, 2007)  Across the world, instances of data loss continue to rise, thus complicating the process of hard drive data recovery and making this a process of utmost importance. Sadly, there are two types of computer users in this world: those who understand the computer system because they respect the work it does for them and those who don't care to know the details as long as work gets done. .. (Data Recovery)

Sprint Reverse Cell Phone Lookup Service?

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 John J Thompson (October 28, 2007)  So you want a sprint reverse cell phone lookup service? That's very understandable, but you need to realize that looking up any number is the same no matter who your carrier is at the time. So that means that you can look up and number with ease with the proper service/methods. How do I lookup a Sprint cell phone number? Ok first off you need to know that theres any easy method to .. (Data Recovery)

Helpful Tips To Help You Recover Your Computer Disk Drive

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 Duo Maxwell (October 26, 2007)  Before attempting any recovery, make sure you have a viable back up copy of the information on your computer. It is essential to do a back up at least once a month, though every week is better in some cases. If you own a business, you need to have back ups. As we all know, this subject is something that we could all use a little education on no matter who you are. You can back up your . (Data Recovery)

Hard Drive Recovery - A Second Chance!

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 Duo Maxwell (October 26, 2007)  Hard drive recovery can help you recover lost data that would otherwise be impossible to restore. While hard drive recovery sounds promising, you still have the task of choosing the correct solution for your particular problem, and then following through with the appropriate steps to get your data recovered. In this article, we hope to share with you the many aspects that this .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery and Disaster Recovery Differ!

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 Heero Yu (October 26, 2007)  Data Recovery is not Disaster Recovery - contrary to popular belief. Ask somebody what data recovery is, and nine times out of ten the response is, “backup". Thinking the question is too vague, I set out to ask a better one: “What is the difference between disaster recovery and data recovery?" This article hopes to give you the knowledge you need, to feel that you have a .. (Data Recovery)

Offsite Data Storage for Guaranteed Disaster Recovery

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 Heero Yu (October 26, 2007)  Every company today needs to have a solid disaster recovery plan. A disaster recovery plan outlines how your business will protect its electronic data, and what the process will be to restore that data, in the case of a manmade or natural disaster. Do you like to learn about new and interesting things? If so, then this article will be right up your alley! With the latest storms and .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery To Your Rescue

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 Heero Yu (October 26, 2007)  Loss of data from hard drive or a hard drive malfunction may prove detrimental to the prospects of your business. But data recovery from damaged hard drives is possible if you know what to do and whose help to ask for. The point of this article is to help you to the next level and show you what this amazing subject has to offer. The leading issue is to what level data can be healthier . (Data Recovery)

What is Data Recovery?

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 Heero Yu (October 26, 2007)  Data Recovery is the process of retrieval of inaccessible or corrupt data from digital media that has become damaged or has been corrupted in some way. Data Recovery can be used to recover data from devices as varied as Hard Disk Drives, Memory Cards, Tapes, Mobile Phones, Personal Digital Assistants, Floppy Disks, CDs, DVDs, Data Cartridges, Xboxes and many more items. If knowledge is . (Data Recovery)

Back-Up Important Data

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 Phil Smulian (September 02, 2007)  For those of you who think that you have an impenetrable and indestructible system, a memory storage device such as a hard-drive, camera memory card, RAID systems, even CD’s, DVD’s and other memory storage media – think again. It does not matter how much you may pay for your media, unfortunately, data loss does happen, and usually everyone who uses modern technology will .. (Data Recovery)

A Solution to Computer Backup Problems

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 Genevieve Bordeaux (August 29, 2007)  I have only backed up one thing on my computer—my iPod library. This is because my computer suggested that I back up my iPod music. I did it because I had bought numerous songs on iTunes and I wanted to have my songs backed on CDs in case a virus ruined my computer. However, after taking the time to burn a stack of CDs, I decided not to take the time to back up my whole computer .. (Data Recovery)

Hot Tip - Your Backup Is Only As Good As The Information Put Into It!

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 Blue Melnick (August 27, 2007)  I wanted to provide you with a Hot Tip this week because a) it’s positively steamy in Toronto, and b) this tip is so important it’s “Red Hot” for: Absolutely Critical, Do Not Ignore, Think About It Right This Instant! But first, let me ask you a question: Since your backup was first set up (either by us or—ho hum—someone else), have you added any new .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery - Don't Get Caught Between A Rock and Your Hard Drive

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 Bill Margeson (August 26, 2007)  The Village of Markham’s founding fathers and mothers kept records of their agricultural, industrial and mercantile ventures using pencil and paper. While fire was probably the biggest cause of loss of business records, data, which fuels Markham’s businesses today, faces a myriad of threats which can result in its loss. Business owners and leaders - like the pioneers before . (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery Advice on Prevention of Hard Drive From Overheating

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 Lolade Ademo (August 24, 2007)  Obviously, the hard drive is the most important part of a computer. In this age, computers can be applied to so many things therefore so much data is being stored in the computer be it personal or business information. Hard drives are the most common and important storage facility of the computer and they are not without their faults. Overheating can damage the hard drive. Apart from .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery on Laptop

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 Lolade Ademo (August 23, 2007)  Statistics regarding data loss on laptop computers is amazing. Even though these data are precious, many do not backup data on laptops. Simply put, nothing in the computer industry is without its deficiencies. Hard drives can get damaged, laptops can be stolen, or it may fall and be rendered faulty. To guarantee that you do not loose precious information, you should produce a backup of .. (Data Recovery)

Business Continuity - 3 Sure Fire Ways to "Save" Your Company

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 Blue Melnick (August 22, 2007)  1) Recognize the value of your information and take action to protect it. It’s near impossible to know what your company’s digital information is worth until you lose it. But I can tell you this with absolute conviction: as an entrepreneur that has gone to extraordinary lengths to build your business from the ground up to support your family, you never, ever want to .. (Data Recovery)

Computer Backup Cannot Wait Until Tomorrow - A Personal Story

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 Blue Melnick (August 20, 2007)  Over the past year I’ve emphasized, told and retold the following fact at countless speaking engagements and educational seminars: 100% of computer hardware fails 100% of the time. You see—the question isn’t IF our computers will break down, but WHEN? It could be today, or tomorrow, or the day after … we just can’t know. We’re thankful it hasn’t .. (Data Recovery)

Online Computer Data Backup and Recovery - How Do I Know My Digital Information is Being Backed Up?

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 Blue Melnick (August 15, 2007)  “Your computer backup is only as good as the information put into it, and the regular monitoring and testing applied thereafter. ” Q: How do I know if the online data backup and recovery service I’m using is actually backing up my computer every day? A: Excellent question—because, unless you’re receiving email confirmation on a daily basis from your chosen .. (Data Recovery)

How To Back Up Your Files to Protect Everything From Personal Memories to Business Assets

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 Worth Godwin (August 11, 2007)  In a different article, I covered why it's crucial that you back up regularly. Now let's talk about how to back up. First let's list a few options and explain their pros and cons: Floppy disks – 3.5" floppy disks are 20-some-year old technology. They're slow, and only hold 1.4mb of files, making them pretty much useless for modern files (just one picture or song file these days . (Data Recovery)

Why You Must Back Up Your Files Regularly Or Risk Losing Everything

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 Worth Godwin (August 11, 2007)  In this segment, we're going to talk about why you need to Back Up Regularly, or Risk Losing Everything Why Back Up? Something I've seen over and over again in the years I've been helping people with computers are computer users – both at home and at work – who never back up their files. This is a really bad idea, and if you're guilty of this, I suggest you make a point .. (Data Recovery)

Loss Prevention Equipment Protecting Your Assets

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 Anna Woodward (August 05, 2007)  While we would like to think that the things we have worked hard for are considered to be ours, there is also a chance that someone wants what you have and decides to take it from you. There are many loss prevention equipment alternatives that can help make property monitoring easy for you. It is important to understand all of the options available to determine what will best meet your . (Data Recovery)

Top 10 Worst Excuses For Not Performing Daily Offsite Computer Backup

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 Blue Melnick (August 01, 2007)  1) My IT Support person takes care of that … I think. Tell me, what confirmation do you have that your critical and proprietary information is being safely stored offsite every day? “Well, ” you say, “maybe not every day, but I know my computer is being backed up, somehow, on a semi-regular basis. That’s part of what my IT guy does. ” My advice: Act .. (Data Recovery)

Warning Signs of a Computer Breakdown

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 Blue Melnick (July 30, 2007)  The scary reality about computer crashes is that the warning signs are few—if they exist at all—and even when you know what to look for, these signs can be very difficult to detect. For this reason, computer backup is necessary every day, because it’s near impossible to know if, or when, your hard drive is at risk of an imminent crash. I often hear prospective clients say .. (Data Recovery)

Planning for Computer Recover - Ignorance or Bliss

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 Blue Melnick (July 24, 2007)  “70 per cent of small businesses go belly up within a year of suffering a major loss of data. ” - Joanna Pachner, Globe and Mail, May 16, 2007 Deep down, you know that regular computer backup is the responsible and prudent action that could one day save your business from the utter chaos of a major data loss. You know this. But even so, you put off getting a reliable .. (Data Recovery)

Data Backup - How To Identify and Measure Digital Delusion Disorder

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 Blue Melnick (July 24, 2007)  “Over time, 100% of computers fail 100% of the time. ” Picture the following scene: It’s Friday at 3:30pm, and you’re just about to shut down your office for a much needed weekend retreat at your family’s cottage. You’re already running behind schedule to pick up the kids—it was a busy week after all—and you’d really like to get a jump on .. (Data Recovery)

Understanding Linux Data Backup And Recovery

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 Terry Parker (July 22, 2007)  Linux provides numerous options for configuring storage, such as Logical Volume Management (LVM), Software RAID (metadisks), and many various filesystem types. After a full system failure, recovering a server to its previous configuration can be quite a daunting task. Also the cost involved to have a hardware technician perform the work could be very expensive. Add a change in disk .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery Services Explained

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 Phil Smulian (July 18, 2007)  Data Recovery is essentially a specialized service supplied by qualified technical companies to recover lost data that is stored on media. Data loss can occur in a number of different environments, the most common being human error. Human error is simply accidental deletion of important files or documents. Other factors such as software/hardware problems or virus attacks are also common . (Data Recovery)

IT Support Services

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 Lee A. Smith (July 17, 2007)  Whenever a company faces problems with its information technology systems it needs to have had an arrangement with an IT support service company that will provide them with professional solutions that will help in reducing the costs of supporting various hardware as well as software environments across the enterprise. Most IT support service companies have a comprehensive portfolio of .. (Data Recovery)

When Will You Need It?

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 Phil Smulian (July 17, 2007)  There are many factors leading to data loss, the most popular and regular factor, which leads to important loss of data, is human error. Unfortunately, this is unavoidable. Human error, being the most common case of data loss, happens very regularly to businesses and individuals in their private lives. In most cases the data loss is not vitally important, however it does happen from .. (Data Recovery)

Data Protection - Why and How

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 Paul Abbey (July 16, 2007)  The advent of world-spanning computer technologies has created an environment in which all sorts of data is easily accessible by almost anyone. At the same time, more and more of our personal data is being collected and stored in computer systems. How can we be sure that it's safe? Data protection systems and technologies exist to protect our privacy. Data protection is geared towards .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery Software

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 Dylan Vincent (July 16, 2007)  Have you just lost some vital data, some work you have spent hours on or some photo’s you forgot you had on your camera? Have you accidentally deleted some critical information from your computer? Alternatively, have you experienced unfortunate, un-avoidable mechanical failure of your memory storage equipment? If so, consider using the expert services of a professional data .. (Data Recovery)

Understanding Live Data Backups With SBAdmin

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 Terry Parker (July 12, 2007)  As the need for system availability increases, especially in 24 hour operations, the backup “window" must decrease to prevent data from changing while being backed up. Backing up “live" data can cause erroneous or partially updated files after such data is restored from a backup. This is particularly problematic with databases, which typically have relational data that must . (Data Recovery)

Computer Backup Solution

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 Callie Preisendorf (July 08, 2007)  Once a week when I start my computer, a window pops up to ask if I want to back up my files. I always say no because I don’t want to go through the hassle of burning all my files on CDs. Yet after my boyfriend’s computer had a virus from the internet, I knew I should backup my files to prevent losing all my music, work, and other files. I thought about buying an external .. (Data Recovery)

Data Recovery Solutions

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 Phil Smulian (June 17, 2007)  Do you need a solution for data loss, don’t worry there are many data recovery specialist companies which can deliver data recovery solutions. Go to the internet to find a suitable data recovery service, get an online quote or call them up to collect your problem memory storage device to give you a free evaluation and quote. If you hear unusual noises, experiencing booting-up .. (Data Recovery)




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