Want to learn more about Data Recovery?

Recently, I had not been updating my blog if you realize. Most of the updates are from my fellow guest bloggers who had done an awesome guest post every two days. So what I had been doing?

I had been starting new sites. I still have a few more which I had not announced but one of them is a Data Recovery site. The reason this site is started because I feel that there is a need to recover certain data.

In a very bad scenario, your hard disk will crash and you will not be able to retrieve back all your data. Although you might had back up your data, but until what level your data is back up? Live back up or you will miss out few days data?

Sometimes it is not because of disaster that cause your data to lose. It is because that you accidentally deleted some data and you need to retrieve them back. It happened to me before and it is really really bad.

Although there is no 100% where your data will be recovered, it is always good that you done your best to recover most of your data. If you are interested in this, do follow my new site that talks about data recovery tips.

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  1. Peter Lee

    Alright Alan, am going there right away! 🙂
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  2. Jennifer says:

    It has happened to me once, so I did a lot of work on data recovery. Good thing I was able to solve my problems. To prevent that from happening to me again, I decided to go to the cloud.

  3. Jimmer says:

    I agree with Jennifer’s comment: going to the cloud is the move. Being kind of a tech nerd for a while, I have always had to deal with hard drives, crashes and data recovery. It used to be such a pain, but the cloud has made it a lot easier. My business has even moved to using cloud computing, for not just data back up and recovery, but for overall usage and information transfer. Its a great tool and there are many reliable services out there. If you want ALL the information, whether its for personal data recovery or even for your business, you have to check out IT Manager Daily. This particular link takes you to their 101 page on everything you need to know about cloud computing: the good and the concerns. Its worth looking at. Great post! I’ll be sure to check out this new site.

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