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Data Loss Prevention (DLP) vs. Data Loss

Sometimes marketing experts lead the ordinary computer user (or even IT administrators) in the wrong direction such as with the term Data Loss Prevention (DLP).  When you search the internet for tools that prevent data loss in your system, for example, when you suffer a hardware or software failure, you sometimes see this term on your computer screen. But in contrast to what one might think, this term does not have …Read More

Why Data Erasure Matters for GDPR

The impending date for the introduction of GDPR in May has brought data destruction and erasure strategies to the forefront of corporate strategic thinking. Thanks to potentially punitive fines for non-compliance and responsibility now sitting with the senior leadership team, data storage is now firmly at the top of the agenda in many organizations. Knowing about the issue and taking pragmatic steps to address it are clearly two different things. …Read More

RAID Turns 30 Years Old

It’s not often in the IT world that a technology developed many decades ago is still widely used and important for administrators and other users. Even modern servers and storage running RAID technology inside – mostly in enterprises, but more and more in consumer NAS systems as well.  Well, RAID has survived and as we celebrate its 30th birthday this year, it still plays a major role. But why is …Read More

Choosing the Right Data Recovery Provider

Every data loss is different. What seems to be a quite simple statement, is nevertheless still true.  Over the past several years, we have conducted many surveys regarding the reasons why individuals, as well as companies, experience data loss. While some are still the same since the introduction of IT – hardware and software failures, as well as human error, which account for around 90 % of all data losses …Read More

Intricacy of Mobile Phone Recovery

There is a multitude of things that can go wrong when it comes to mobile data recovery loss. From lost or deleted data due to software issues, liquid damage or even accidental deletion. Mobile phones use flash memory to store data. Flash memory is an electronic (solid-state) non-volatile computer storage medium that can be electrically erased and reprogrammed. How most people lose their data We have found the top 10 …Read More