Data Recovery

Is a process applied when your data is no longer accessible by someone, usually due to some kind of physical, logical or electronic damage suffered by a data storage device. Some different types of storage devices in the market today are hard disks, USB flash, memory cards, tapes, CD, DVD, RAID systems, etc…

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Raid Recovery

RAID … is a technology used, for disks to transfer data more quickly, provide greater capacity and increase security. This is achieved by combining multiple disks into a single logical unit; therefore the system recognizes multiple drives as a natural single unit..

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Flash Recovery

A USB flash drive is a data storage device that contains flash memory with an integrated Universal Serial Bus (USB). USB flash drives are easily removable and rewritable, and are even smaller than a floppy disk.
A USB flash drive is often used for storage, back-up and to transfer files on and from a computer. It is a smaller, faster, durable and quite reliable because they have no moving parts.

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SSD Recovery

DataRecall provides data recovery services for all SSD drives and operating systems based on NAND flash technology.
There is a big difference between normal hard disk drives and SSD, most importantly; the SSD has no mechanical parts. Generally, many people are led to believe that their data is much safer in an SSD rather than a normal hard disk which is composed of mechanical parts. Unfortunately this is not true. SSD drives can be more susceptible to damages where a normal hard drive would not have a problem!

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