ACE Data Recovery, a well-recognized leader in providing professional file recovery services, offers its services to business owners who have issues with their NetGear network attached storages. A team of certified experts hired from all over the world can restore data from the following devices:
Data makes the greatest treasure of modern people. Both homeowners and business owners try their best to keep priceless information about their families and companies in safety for years to come. Perhaps, for businesses, data safety means even more: the ability to keep the lights on.
Specifically for the needs of small, medium-sized and large businesses, NetGear has developed different series of network attached storages. They make it possible to take control over the corporate data flow and prevent priceless files from severe corruption or permanent loss. A team of certified experts hired from all over the world can restore data from the following devices:
Depending on the model, NetGear's NASs offer various ways to back up files. Some of them support the snapshot technology to control the corporate data backups. Others allow creating backup files and send them to popular cloud services.
Even so, the ReadyNAS NASs aren't immune from a pretty wide range of potential failures. Many modern small and large companies rely on NASs, SANs, and iSCSI SANs in order to make data storage/processing easy, fast and as safe as possible. Most widely-used network attached storages in turn use the advantage of the RAID technology to organize files within a corporate network.
In spite of their reliability, RAID arrays are exposed to physical and logical failures that can result in storage inaccessibility or even data loss. Failed firmware updates, electrical or mechanical damages, disk failures, RAID controller malfunction, NAS link loss and careless human actions are the most serious "troublemakers".
Luckily, if the original data wasn't corrupted or overwritten, there's a chance to save the day and restore important information from a failed NAS, SAN or iSCSI SAN. The main rule here is deal with experts only. The experts like ACE Data Recovery! Professional RAID recovery requires highly-specific tools and lots of qualified time. In addition, if a storage device uses SSDs as data storage units, it increases the workload of recovery specialists. In opposite to HDDs, solid state drives have no mechanical parts to replace, so they also need special technology to get read.
The good news is ACE Data Recovery charges users for successful recoveries only. So, if your case is hopeless, you have nothing to pay for. Fair enough, isn't it?