Date Added: May 2009
Businesses all over the world use RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) systems to store all sizes of critical files. This system, which distributes data and parity among multiple hard disk drives are considered safe. But even these redundant systems are not completely foolproof as a RAID 5 configuration can only offset the failure of a single disk drive. Losing critical data, such as customer databases, accounting records, source code, test and measurement data, graphics and video files, and other intellectual property can be a harrowing experience for organizations. Recovery of these can sometimes take days, months or even years. This necessitates the need to protect business-critical information from corruption and loss. This case study talks about DriveSavers Enterprise Systems Group that specializes in recovering data. The company can recover data quickly from all operating systems and all types of high-capacity devices including NAS, SAN, RAID, tape and multi-disk servers. The team of engineers at DriveSavers Enterprise Systems Group is trained to rescuing lost databases, ERP/accounting systems, mail servers and other mission-critical data for organizations of all sizes. They hold certificates from leading encryption vendors to safely recover file- and disk-level encrypted data. The recovery process is undertaken in dust free, temperature- and humidity-controlled environment that help to maximize recovery success.