We are a leading provider of server and RAID data recovery
Server failure can be the worst event in a business of any size and the data stored on these systems is generally critical and relied upon by multiple departments or staff members.
We understand the downtime factor when a failure occurs and our approach to server recoveries ensures further data loss is avoided and data recovery is completed in the most time efficient manner possible. We have many years’ experience and employ industry leading tools to bring servers back online or back to life.
We know that data loss can be crippling to an organization and that the retrieval process can cause even greater interruption. That’s why our engineers work below the operating system level to recover data quickly and securely, ensuring the seamless continuation of business operations.
What to Do If your system Fails
First and foremost, don’t panic. Odds are, this can be fixed.
Turn off the affected hardware immediately. Do NOT attempt to repair it or retrieve lost data yourself. Fill out our data recovery assessment form to obtain a Case ID or call our client care specialists at Mo: 9727421981/9909025591. They’ll be happy to answer your questions and walk you through our process.
Our services come with a no data,no charge,no guaranteeand data can usually be recovered in 5 to 7 business days.
Common Operating Systems
Smart Computech’s expertise extends to all makes and models of RAIDs and server and many manufacturers even recommend our services as warranty safe. We can recover data from enterprise-level storage systems running:
- Microsoft Windows Server
- Unix -- Solaris, HP-UX, AIX
- Linux – Mandriva, Red Hat, Ubuntu
Our engineers work below the operating system level to help ensure the continuous operation of your business while your data is recovered.
Causes of RAID & Server Failure
Enterprise-level storage systems fail for a number of reasons, both physical (equipment trouble) and logical (human error). Some of the most common causes are:
- Single or multiple hard drive failure
- Damage to the RAID volume or container information
- Offline drives
- Incorrect rebuild or re-initialization of the RAID
- Physical damage from fire, flood, earthquake, explosion, lightning strike, etc.
Whatever the cause, our engineers can determine the precise extent of the failure and use our proprietary tools and techniques to recover the lost data in 5 to 7 business days. If we don’t, you pay nothing. That’s our no data, no charge guarantee.
We recover data from all RAID levels:
- RAID 0 (stripe)
- RAID 1 (mirror)
- RAID 2 (ECC)
- RAID 3, 4 (parity)
- RAID 5, 5E, 5EE, 6 (distributed parity)
- combined and derived (RAID 0+1, RAID 10, ...)
- special and proprietary
And all RAID types:
- Hardware (controller performs all the functions)
- Pseudo-hardware (the controller functions only as the interface, all the computational functions are performed by software)
- Software (typically Linux, LVM, dynamic disks, among others)
The most common reasons for data inaccessibility on RAID disk are:
- the loss of configuration of the array
- defective controller
- one or more failed drives
- partial overwriting
- wrong parity calculation
- incorrect array initialization
- loss of relocation information
- hard disk failure
Our engineers have proven records to recover data from a variety of business server data Loss situations, including:
RAID Recovery: Professional DAS RAID server and business environment data recovery services.
Servers Virtualization Recovery:Data recovery for your VMware, Hyper-V or Xen Server virtual machines servers and the data contained within.
SQL Database & Exchange Recovery:SQL Servers and Exchange Server Database recovery services for corrupt or inaccessible databases servers.