When disaster happens, you may need help with data recovery. Computers may not last forever, but that doesn’t mean you have to lose your data. Routine backups and storing your data on the cloud can save much your important data, but even then, data stored on your hard drive could be lost if your machine crashes, you encounter a virus or accidentally delete something important.
These days, most people use cloud storage to help minimize data loss. This is a good option if you need to store large files, such as images, spreadsheets, videos or music files, and large document files. If your hard drive crashes or your computer is broken, you can always use another machine to log into your storage to retrieve your files. But what about the data stored within your operating system and computing software? Let’s be honest, most of us do not perform regular machine backups, so data loss is a potential problem even if you use cloud storage.
Before you face a data recovery disaster (broken computer, bad hard drive, or virus attacks), Computer Solutions has several options to help handle routine backups. We can install a program that fully automates the backup process, or we can set you up with an online backup service that can save your data without you having to do anything. For as low as $50 a year, you can avoid data recovery nightmares.
Should you need data recovery due to a computer disaster, our trained professionals can evaluate the potential problems with your machine and make sure that further data damage is avoided. In most cases, we can recover your data from your hard drive, thumb drive, CD or DVD, and prevent having to take extreme measures. When an invasive solution is necessary, though, we work with our business partner, Gillware Inc., an industry leading data recovery lab. Gillware engineers will examine your drive, using a clean room if necessary, and will quote you a price to recover your data. Gillware only charges a fee if you are satisfied with the list of recovered data they provide. Data losses are hard to take, and we're here to give you the best professional service possible.