Click here to find out how long your computer’s hard drive will last, the two different types of hard drives, and ways to prevent an early hard drive failure.
Tech News - Jun 14, 2017
The biggest and most influential comparison between the two is the price gap for amount of storage. Overall, solid state storage is a more reliable way of storing your data these days, but can be more costly when compared to rotational drives. Either way, SSDs and HDDs will both have the same end result of storing your data. However, the details of how they perform are in the specifications.
Data Storage and Technology - May 23, 2017
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Data Recovery Services - May 17, 2017
Recovering data from a crashed hard drive is possible. Whether from an accidental deletion or from physical drive failure, Prosoft has the solution.
Data Recovery Services - May 2, 2017
Hard drives contain valuable information. When recycling your hard drive, remember to securely erase, destroy or disassemble the drive to protect against theft.
Data Loss Prevention and Protection - Apr 14, 2017
Before recycling your hard drive, contact The Data Rescue Center: we securely erase your data, recycle the components, and keep landfills free of more e-waste.
Data Destruction - Apr 6, 2017
Hard drive failure can occur on any computer, and the results can be devastating. Irreplaceable data is usually lost from a severe failure, depending on how long it takes to notice the warning signs and fix the issue. Hard drives can fail for several reasons. Listed below are some of the most common symptoms of hard drive failure.
Data Loss Prevention and Protection - Mar 30, 2017
The complete answers to your RAID recovery questions; the important types of RAID systems, the recovery process, and the vulnerabilities of RAID servers.
Raid and Server Data Recovery - Mar 28, 2017
Time will wear down a hard drive into defragmented oblivion. But here, we’ll discuss how unforeseen circumstances can impact your hard drive. What happens when your precious hard drive gets doused in water, stays out in the sun too long, or gets jostled in a move?
Data Loss Prevention and Protection - Mar 22, 2017
We’re going to look at common errors that people make when their hard drive has crashed, and what you can do to avoid them. For starters, the worst error that the majority of computer users make is not having a backup.
Data Loss Prevention and Protection - Mar 16, 2017