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Un-Secured Data Recovered– An Identity Thief’s Wish List

Your computer begins to make funny noises and starts freezing up. You have secretly feared the old workhorse might finally give up. You have had this unit for eight years and there are eight years of banking, stock trading, and personal stuff including a boatload of family photos. When, as every computer eventually will, your old device greets you with the blue screen of doom, you grumble your way to the nearest electronics store to get a new one. You are going to throw the old one away - leave it on the curb for the trash man. As frustrating…
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Spring - The Season of Floods, Tornadoes, and Permanent Hard Drive Data Loss

If you happen to be in the throes of an “arctic vortex” it may be difficult to believe but, spring will come. It always does. Often, though, it brings with it tumultuous weather events which can create chaos in your office. Whether you work remotely from home or in a downtown office, power surges, floods, and the other hazards of spring weather can destroy your computer and the data it contains. Before the crocuses and daffodils bloom, make an investment in your data to protect it from loss.
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It’s Cool To Be Cool, Especially If You Are A Hard Drive

Keeping cool can be an important skill in life. You can be working out or working at your computer, but either way you want to keep cool. Hard drives these days have gotten smaller and smaller while simultaneously going faster and faster with a larger data storage capacity. A computer’s hard drive is arguably the most core element in a computer. It is very important to keep it cool. Here’s why:
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Life After CryptoLocker — Is data recovery possible?

They say there’s fast, cheap, or good, and you can pick two. In September of 2013, Windows users discovered that sometimes you don’t get to choose any of those. In 2013 a ransomware trojan called CryptoLocker was distributed among a number of PC owners. What is CryptoLocker?
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5 Signs That Your Hard Drive is Crashing

Hard drives, like all electronic devices have a limited working life. At some point, they will stop working and take all of your precious data down with it. Occasionally hard drives will fail without warning, but often there are clear signs the drive is about to crash. Knowing these signs and acting on them is the best way to preserve your data and avoid a costly and frustrating loss of data.
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A Computer Newbie’s Guide to RAID Data Recovery

The term RAID is an acronym for "Redundant Array of Independent Disks" or, in other circles, a "Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks.” (These terms should not be confused with JBOD, which means “Just a Bunch of Disks.” This is a system whereby your data is written to a series of disks, one after the other, until all are full. Essentially, RAID is a system of data storage units set to work together so that if one disk experiences a crash, you can continue to work from the other (s.) There are various configurations for RAID data recovery, some of which…
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Make a Plan to Use RAID Recovery

The majority of people believe that their computers are reliable, and they don’t need a plan to make sure that all their data will be accessible in the future. This applies both to average users and small business owners. The problem with this theory is that you place all your eggs in the same basket and hope that everything will turn out to be all right. If you would like to have more security, think about a RAID configuration that offers redundancy.
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6 Ways to Lose your RAID Array Hard Drive Data

RAID arrays present a more complex challenge when it comes to restoring lost data. Since the arrays involve more than one hard drive, the potential for something to go wrong is increased, as is the difficulty in troubleshooting the damage. Data loss from a RAID array is an instance where getting a professional data recovery specialist can be invaluable.
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The 5 Most Common Causes of RAID System Failures and What to do About Them

RAID systems are a configuration of multiple disk drives that present themselves to an operating system as a single data storage medium. The technique was invented in the late 1980s and continues to be used extensively today.  While RAID arrays are a generally stable and reliable way to manage and access data, like all mechanical devices, they can and do break down from time to time. When they do, the consequences can be significant, causing you to lose valuable files and information.
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