As we live within an age increasingly defined by digital storage solutions, businesses can access more streamlined tools than ever before. Unfortunately, errors and faults will inevitably occur from time to time. While a Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) is much more reliable than traditional architecture, the fact of the matter is that this can sometimes represent a very complicated framework. Complex problems require equally complex and professional solutions. This is when DRS can be of help. Let us take a quick look at why an increasing number of firms are choosing our data recovery specialists when failure is not an option. 

The Challenges of RAID Data Recovery

One of the main issues in regards to RAID configurations is that they can be quite complicated in regards to diagnosing a potential problem within their architecture. As the acronym already suggests, a distinct advantage of this configuration is that it provides superior levels of fault tolerance in the event that a single or multiple disks have failed. Under normal circumstances, all of these disks would work in synergy in order to enhance the performance of an operating system. Unfortunately, it is this very same nature which makes accurate diagnoses particularly challenging. This is also the primary reason why our experts are consulted when an incident occurs.

Why Might a RAID Network Fail?

There can be several reasons why a RAID network encounters data storage problems. Some circumstances include:

  • The failure of one or more components.
  • The corruption of an operating system.
  • Damaged partitions.
  • User-initiated errors.

It is our job to identify which of these scenarios might be present. We can thereafter begin the recovery process.

Taking the Guesswork Out of the Process

One of the talents which sets our team apart from similar data recovery specialists is that we have the ability to deal with all RAID levels (including the latest releases). Thus, customers are receiving an all-in-one solution when time is of the essence. We also have the ability to identify any internal nuances created by different manufacturers, so adaptability is never an issue. Through techniques such as pattern recognition and online diagnostic reporting, you will be well aware of the problem before you commit to any type of recovery.

The Best in the Business

Thanks to over 40 years of experience within this challenging field, DRS is able to supersede even the most challenging of situations. We boast a recovery rate of 97 per cent and all RAID networks are examined within a period of no more than 48 hours. In fact, no fewer than 89 per cent of all recoveries were successfully completed within five working days. Whether a single drive is at fault or RAID recovery for 2 failed drives is required, the fact of the matter is that we are on your side. Please contact one of our trained service technicians as soon as possible so that the process can begin immediately.