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Hard Drive Recovery Group Launches RAIDCenter For Info On Data Recovery Services

Hard Drive Recovery Group, based in Irvine, CA, has announced that they have launched their RAIDCenter web page, designed to provide info for IT admins with regards to RAID data recovery. The purpose of RAIDCenter is to provide information to IT professionals on the recovery process for mild errors in their arrays, while also taking into consideration symptoms that might no longer be within the scope of the capability of a data recovery professional.

Maureen Davis from Hard Drive Recovery Group said, "There are many causes of RAID 5 failure that require data recovery. Some of the most common, we have described in the RAIDCenter page. Don't take chances when it comes to your mission critical RAID-stored data. You can always request for free RAID data recovery quote."

Hard Drive Recovery Group specializes in providing data recovery services for desktops, laptops, Mac products, and RAID servers. The company's data recovery technicians have at least 20 years of experience and they point out that this allows them to provide the best but most affordable solution possible for each particular situation.

When IT admins head over to the RAIDCenter web page located here, they will find various information on possible RAID problems and RAID data recovery services. First of all, Hard Drive Recovery Group offers a 24 hours overnight RAID repair service.

Maureen explains, "When a RAID 0-5 system goes down, the serious enterprise user simply can't afford to wait. Each minute of down for critical systems means increased costs, and the more mission critical the RAID system, the higher those costs build. This is why Hard Drive Recovery Group is one of the few RAID recovery and repair companies to offer guaranteed 24 hour RAID repair services."

Because time is of the essence, Hard Drive Recovery Group will provide immediate pickup of RAID systems requiring repair and recovery. Technicians are available in their clean room facility 24/7, ready to recover mission critical data for small to large companies in various parts of the US. Some of the companies they have already served are Boeing, UPS, Disney, Deloitte and Touche, all branches of the US military, Harvard University, Nortel Networks, several federal government departments, and Lockheed Martin.

Maureen adds, "Hard Drive Recovery Group operates chiefly from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM Pacific Standard Time during the business week. However, our data recovery technicians are on call 24 hours per day, and we typically handle and return calls 7 days per week."

According to RAIDCenter, the company specializes in providing data recovery services for corporate level server and RAID and their technicians are able to restore and recover data from SAN, RAID 5, NAS, MSExchange, Snap Server, and other professional level servers. Their RAID recovery labs are equipped with terabyte capable servers to make sure that data restoration is fast and safe.

Maureen points out that Hard Drive Recovery Group technicians have more than 15 years of experience recovering data from RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10 servers. She warns against the use of RAID repair software because this does not offer any warranty or guarantee and it would impossible for this software to recover data from mechanically failed hard disk drives.

Hard Drive Recovery Group technicians point out that recovering data from a RAID 5 system has several potential pitfalls that need to be avoided. One of these is incorrect drive marking. During drive failures, it is possible for RAID cards to mismark a drive with the result that a failed drive can be forced to go online, which causes further damage to the array. Next is the possibility of second drive failures. While the system can continue to function after first drive failures, second drive failures in a RAID 5 configuration can result in severe losses. Furthermore, when two drives have failed, it would be hard to determine which drive has the freshest data without any professional help. Third is the possibility of automatic rebuild errors. A RAID utility may rebuild from the wrong drive and this causes corruption of the whole array. And finally, there is drive disorder. If the drives are placed out of order through human error, this can cause the whole system to fail. To avoid such problems, it is advisable to call for help from a professional data recovery service like the Hard Drive Recovery Group.

Hard Drive Recovery Group ensures that clients are aware of the cost of the service before work is started. Maureen adds, "Some RAID 5 array recovery jobs require that we physically assess the drives before we can provide a correct estimate. In these cases, we never proceed with recovery without your confirmation that pricing is acceptable. In fact, if our pricing is too high for your budgetary constraints, we will ship the drives back to you free of charge."

Hard Drive Recovery Group offers various advantages, such as flat rate pricing, fast service, live support staff, secure data recovery, experienced technicians, and Class 100 clean rooms that are essential for safe data recovery.

Those interested in other news regarding data recovery may visit the company website.


Contact Hard Drive Recovery Group:

Maureen Davies
12 Mauchly, Building C, Irvine, CA 92618

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