Category Archives: Data Recovery

True Data Security Facts Revealed by a Recent Study on Small-Sized Businesses

The National Small Business Week is around the corner in the US and a majority of small businesses relentlessly claims that they are well protected against the information security risks. According to the recent research by Shred-it, small businesses are … Continue reading

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Seagate Dives into the NAS Market Segment with its New NAS HDD

There aren’t many choices when it comes to choosing storage for SOHO / consumer NAS units. Seagate soon realized that they have a good chance to increase HDD sales in the NAS segment. This is the reason they jumped into … Continue reading

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Know the Reason Why this HDD Market is Sinking Further

There is a continuous decline in hard disk drive (HDD) shipments over the years, according to a report by Coughlin Associates. This can be seen by the declining industry revenues for HDD shipments. By the end of the year 2013, … Continue reading

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DriveStation DDR Incorporates 1GB DRAM Cache to Become the World’s Fastest External HDD

Buffalo Technology, pioneers in the field of storage and wireless networking solutions, has introduced to the world one of the fastest external hard drives designed ever. The company unveils its DriveStation DDR, a next-generation external drive that would suffice to … Continue reading

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WD Blue, Featuring Sleek Design and High Storage, is the World’s Thinnest Laptop HDD

In this fierce competition, a smarter storage solution would mean featuring high storage in the smallest possible form-factor. Western Digital has laid the ground for thin notebooks as well as ultrabooks by introducing its 7 mm WD Blue, which is … Continue reading

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Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery v6 Sets a New Standard with Support for FAT, ExFAT, and NTFS

  Stellar Data Recovery unveiled a major update to its flagship product ‘Stellar Phoenix Mac Data Recovery’, bringing the support for Windows NTFS, FAT, and ExFAT file systems for the first time. The sixth version of the software intends to … Continue reading

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Exploring Benefits and Downsides of Different Data Storage Options and How to go about Choosing One

With storage industry taking a big leap every year, it is apparent that we have more options at our disposal. Selecting a PC storage device is much more than just comparing capacity and cost. Storage needs vary for different groups … Continue reading

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Stellar Data Recovery Now Serves Two Million Customers Around the Globe

Stellar Data Recovery, a company that set out its mission back in 1993 to become a data recovery giant, celebrates its iconic moment after crossing the two million customer mark in Jan, 2013. A constant endeavor to strive for perfection … Continue reading

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Why It is Safe to Hand Over Your Drive to a Data Recovery Expert

Nowadays, modern hard drives showcase improved speed and high performance, which speaks of their ability to deal with massive amounts of data that is generated each day. But the present day technology falls short when it comes to reliability. Being … Continue reading

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How to Get Your RAID Stable without Data Loss Post Hard Drive Failures

RAID level 5 is the best cost-effective implementation of RAID as it meets all the requirements of a reliable data storage, i.e. performance, fault-tolerance, and storage capacity. It strips data and parity information across three or more drives. It doesn’t … Continue reading

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