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Recovery data on servers

We can deal with any cause of file loss on servers

Server data loss can be a devastating experience for any organization, affecting not only the continuity of operations, but also the integrity of and confidence in the IT infrastructure. The good news is that the ability to recover data on servers has advanced significantly, offering hope and solutions even in the most complicated cases of server data loss.

Data stored on servers can be lost for any number of reasons, including hardware failures, human error, natural disasters and, perhaps most frighteningly, malicious attacks such as ransomware. Regardless of the cause, data loss can seriously disrupt business operations. That’s why it’s essential to have a robust data recovery plan.

Data recovery begins with the implementation of regular backups. In the event of data loss, these backups are the first line of defense for recovering data on servers.

For those without a recent backup or in cases where the backup is corrupted, there are companies specializing in data recovery, such as Digital Recovery, which use advanced techniques and specialized tools to restore lost data.

Although data recovery is possible, preventing data loss is always the best strategy. This includes having regular backup systems, using redundancy solutions such as RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks), and training employees to recognize and avoid behaviors that can lead to data loss.

It is worth noting that even though the RAID system has redundancy and can be a level of security, it is not immune to data loss.

Data recovery on servers requires a specialized team with extensive knowledge and technological tools. In the case of ransomware attacks, technical knowledge of a server’s structures is not enough; knowledge of how to decrypt ransomware is necessary.

Why Digital Recovery?

Digital Recovery has been operating in the data recovery market for more than two decades. We specialize in disaster recovery and have developed exclusive solutions to deal with data loss in highly complex systems, such as servers, RAID systems, storage systems (NAS, DAS, SAN), databases, virtual machines, among others.

What’s more, to ensure even greater security, we provide a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), thus placing all information about the process under contractual confidentiality.

We can carry out recovery remotely in many cases; only in specific cases, such as physical damage, will the device need to be sent to one of our laboratories, and our experts will be on hand to help with the entire process, from the first contact to the approval of the recovered data.

Data loss on servers is critical due to the potential for paralysis of a company’s entire processes. For this reason, we have developed emergency recovery mode, in which our laboratories operate with 24×7 availability.

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What causes data loss on servers?

Data loss on servers can be caused by a variety of factors, including hardware failures, human error, malware or ransomware attacks, natural disasters such as fires or floods, software corruption, system failures or even sabotage. Implementing robust preventive measures is crucial to minimizing these risks.

Is it always possible to recover lost data on a server?

Although many cases of data loss are recoverable, there is no guarantee of 100% recovery. The possibility of recovering data on servers depends on the nature and extent of the damage, the speed with which recovery measures are implemented and the assistance of a company specializing in data recovery.

What are the first steps to take as soon as data loss is detected?

When data loss is detected, the first steps include immediately shutting down the server to avoid overwriting data, not reinstalling the operating system or applications, not attempting to repair damaged system files and contacting a data recovery professional. Preserving the server’s current state increases the chance of a successful recovery.

How do RAID solutions help recover data on servers?

RAID, which stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, is a technology that combines multiple hard disks to improve redundancy and performance. In many RAID arrangements, if one disk fails, data can still be recovered using the remaining disks, which can be a vital component in data recovery on servers. However, RAID does not replace the need for regular backups, as it does not protect against all types of data failure.

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What you need to know

We specialize in database recovery. Our technologies allow us to act in the most diverse data loss scenarios and in the main databases used in the market, such as:

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • MySQL
  • MariaDB
  • Firebird
  • PostgreSQL
  • Progress

Our solutions are customized, which allows us to apply them in the most secure way possible, regardless of the configuration of the database.

Sensitive targets attract the attention of criminal groups in the hope that victims will pay high sums to get their data back up and running.

Groups specializing in ransomware attacks have developed highly elaborate tactics to gain access to databases, ranging from brute force attacks to buying credentials from disgruntled employees. No matter the tactic, the goal is one – to encrypt as many files as possible.

Through unique technologies Digital Recovery can bring back encrypted data on any storage device, offering remote solutions anywhere in the world.

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