Raising the Titanic: Disaster Data Recovery
When most people think of disasters, they think of flooding or earthquakes. In the world of a computer operator or someone who makes their living using information technology, a disaster can be quite different and yet can have the same paralyzing effects. Like an aftershock to a major earthquake, losing one's data suddenly and without warning can leave many a computer technicians shocked and in awe. Never fear, though, because disaster data recovery is a possibility and all that was once lost might be found with a high degree of reliability and an even higher percentage of probable retrieval.
Flooding and fire damage to a home can be a complete mess. Many people feel "ruined" because of the extreme equipment casualty that can be done to a home. As soon as it is established that there is no harm to any of the humans or pets in a building or office building, the healing of the equipment through disaster data recovery can begin. A team of reliable technicians is called in to begin work on your computer equipment or any other piece of equipment that was damaged by the fire.
Many of the techniques the team of experts will use on the equipment are the same as the techniques used to rescue lost data from other machines under lesser circumstances, for example retrieving lost files from a damaged hard drive through a fire is much the same as simple finding lost files from a hard drive with a virus or other sort of infirmity. The important thing is that nobody gets hurt in the process of disaster data recovery.
Fire and Earthquake Dangers
In many cases, companies or individuals that lose important data to a fire or earthquake face a time of uncertainty that is unrivalled in the world of business conflicts and personal negativity. The pits of despair are now too familiar a home for those that have lost important pieces of information because of a strong type of calamity. Disaster data recovery can not only serve to restore the data to its original form but it can also restore relationships and, perhaps more profoundly, the human heart.
Data recovery technicians are specialized in multiple areas of recovering data including, but not limited to: fire recovery, water damage recovery, and miscellaneous crash recovery that may have occurred with an act involving a sledgehammer and a frustrated information technology worker on his last day of work when the coffee was cold and the air conditioning was broken. Yes, disaster data recovery will always have a place in the annals of office and/or personal lives and this author cannot be more grateful.