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What is media corruption and how does it work?

Modern drives have advanced at an astounding rate in recent years, but despite all these innovations, media corruption still remains an issue in today’s data recovery industry. Before we delve in to the deeper issues associated with media corruption, we need to understand what causes corruption and how it can be diagnosed within the context of data recovery. What is media corruption? Media corruption can be described as the loss …Read More

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Tape migration – Part 2

In the first part of this blog article we showed the many reasons why a tape migration projects are necessary. Now we’ll discuss the various steps of such a project. What does a typical tape migration process look like? Even though every tape migration project is different, a project should include at least four major steps: Consultation, Proof of Concept, Tape Processing and Project Completion. Consultation: The goal of a …Read More

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How does RAID storage work? – Part 2

In part 1 of this article, we explained the basic idea of RAID, as well as the most commonly used terms when talking about this type of storage. In this second part, we’ll take a look at what RAID levels are and explore how some of the traditional level configurations work. We’ll also find out what challenges RAID storage can bring if data recovery services are required. Let’s take a …Read More

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Tape migration – part 1

No other storage medium is lasting longer than tape. What is great news for everybody who is archiving data long-term because of legal or regulatory reasons can cause big problems for IT administrators years later. Considering in some industries require companies to keep data for 20 years or longer – who can be sure that the original backup solution (hardware and software) is still available for that amount of time? Moving …Read More

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