Companies that rely on RAID systems for their storage and management of data understand the benefits that these systems provide. Most are designed to ensure that your data and functionality are preserved even if one of the hard drives in the array suffers some sort of failure. Many can even continue operating right up until a second drive fails.
And there are a great many wonderful options out there when it comes to finding a RAID configuration – such as the Thecus N3200 RAID-5 system, or any of the company’s other great options. As reliable as Thecus RAID products can be, however, drives do sometimes fail. Like all other forms of technology, they cannot be built to last forever.
Since you know that problems can occur, the relevant question to ask is how any failure in the array can best be managed. After all, the last thing you can afford to do is lose the crucial data stored on your system. Still, unless you have an IT person in-house who has vast experience dealing with fast data recovery, chances are you’ll be at a loss to handle the problem on your own.
Of course, you’ve probably seen advertisements for the assorted range of recovery software programs out on the market today and may be thinking that you could simply purchase one of those. You could, of course, but what are the odds that it would actually work? After all, you would need to know exactly what the problem was to ensure that you bought the right solution. And then you would have to hope that the problem was not something that the software could exacerbate.
For instance, let’s assume that your drive is making humming noises or a ticking sound of some sort. If you try to install software at that point, you could do even more damage to the system and the data it contains. Or what if you have a drive that spins but won’t load properly? Well, if you try to use recovery software on that drive, you could destroy the data.
And that’s the fundamental problem you’ll be facing: without the right kind of expertise, any steps you take could cost you all of your data. And, since the first effort to retrieve lost data is the one that had the best chance of success, you might just be resigning yourself to that loss. A far better option is to contact the data recovery company in Australia.
As with most things in life, when you want this done right, you rely on those who have proven themselves capable of doing it before. When it comes to problems with a Thecus RAID system or any other RAID array, fast data recovery is of paramount concern. The longer you wait, and the more you tinker with the problem using half-measures and software with which you have little familiarity, the more damage you will ultimately cause. To avoid that, just pick up the phone and call the fastest data recovery company in Australia right away.
Contact Payam Data Recovery today on 1300 327 237 (Toll free phone # from Australia) or if calling from overseas call +61 2 99572288.