29 October 2013 by Robert Winter
Malicious damage is one of the most difficult disaster recovery scenarios to protect against and although the risk of it occurring are very low the catastrophic damage it can cause should not be overlooked.
25 October 2013 by Miriam Gandia-Roca
If you have gone searching for this post, you may have suffered a data loss – and you are right now looking for information that could help you to have your data back. If this applies to you then don’t fret: Here we answer the top 5 questions we hear about Ontrack EasyRecovery data recovery software.
22 October 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
11 October 2013 by Milagros Gamero
20 September 2013 by Pedro Vasconcelos
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06 September 2013 by Graham Symonds
26 August 2013 by Pedro Vasconcelos
16 August 2013 by Pedro Vasconcelos
29 July 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
RAID systems (Redundant Array of Independent Drives) are groups of hard drives that are connected to the network in order to ensure high reliability of data. This technology is now being used by more than 98% of all servers. However, we must be aware that these systems are not completely fail-safe and are still subject to everyday problems such as hard disk or controller failures and, of course, human error.
26 July 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
There are plenty of other organisations that never take the time or even know how to wipe out data. Others purposefully keep data inside the devices to pass on to sophisticated criminal gangs abroad, who then use the information to commit fraud. Avoiding security breaches requires donors to research which recycling organisations have a policy for total data erasure.
22 July 2013 by Milagros Gamero
17 July 2013 by Milagros Gamero
16 July 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
05 July 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
02 July 2013 by James Gallego
14 June 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
13 June 2013 by Milagros Gamero
11 June 2013 by Milagros Gamero
04 June 2013 by Sam Wiltshire
Help! I’ve lost my dissertation…Imagine for a moment university life before the widespread adoption of personal computing. Writing a dissertation required access to a library and a small fortune to pay someone to type up your handwritten 10,000 words into a spiral-bound document. Then imagine that you leave your only copy on the bus – and have to start all over again.