Servers tend to be used for storing important data which is required for the smooth operation of your business, such a client information, email services, office correspondence etc. If such data should become inaccessible, it could bring you company’s services to a halt, which could put the future of the business at risk.
In the event of a server failure, it is important not to panic and know who you can trust with your critical data. DiskEng offer emergency server recovery services available on a 24/7 basis any day of the year. Our team of server recovery specialist have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in recovering data from server systems, in many cases now over 15 years of hands on experience.
A server system can be used for many purposes, although most are usually dedicated to only a few key tasks, such as a network file system, mail server or web server. We have recovered data from a large number of servers over the years belonging to many companies, educational establishments, government agencies and more recently some home users running media streaming services.
There are a large number of companies building server systems, some of which are listed below:
- Sun Microsystems
Such servers can be running one of many operating systems, some no longer receiving support:
- Windows Server (Dating from NT and 2000 through to 2016)
- Linux (CentOS, Debian, Redhat, Fedora etc)
- Apple Mac OS X Server
- Novell NetWare
When it comes to choosing the right service for recovering data from your failed server system you should not take any risks. At DiskEng we understand the importance of your data and have the technology and techniques required to recover the data from your server system, no matter how many disks it contains and what the failure has occurred. Call now to speak with our server recovery specialists who can guide through our data recovery process.