Data Backup, Transfer and File Recovery Services
Don't roll the dice with your data
Every week 140.000 hard drives crash in the united States according to Mozy Online Backup. Losing Data on your home or office PC can be devastating. Unfortunately in our line of work we see it every day. It is not a matter of if your hard drive is going to crash but when it does, are you going to be ready?
Data services & advanced recovery
- Hard drive diagnostic
we can diagnose a failing hard drive before it is too late.
- Backup solution
let us put in place a backup solution that is wright for you.
It will pay for itself in no time at all. (Highly recommended)
- Data backup and transfer
if your PC does not boot up we can back up your files before
doing any work on it to insure the safeguard of your data and
transfer them back when it is repaired.
This option is ALWAYS FREE OF CHARGE if we do the work.
- Deleted file recovery
we have a high success rate for recovering recently deleted files and folders.
- Advanced data recovery
in the event of a disaster we have the tool to recover your lost data in most cases.
- Hard drive destruction
Are you concerned about data breach or identity theft? Let us dispose of your old data, erase you credit card, social security number, banking information, documents, pictures, etc... from your old computer hard drive.
- We have a No risk Guarantee: No data recovered, No charge. Period.
Contact us for a personal consultation and pricing.
5 Steps to keeping your digital data safe
Your business data is one of the most important assets. The information you store on your computer or server includes your customer database, marketing materials, financial records, staff details and more. How would you cope if you lost all that information?
Data security is essential to the success of your company.
What is the definition of a backup?
The definition of a backup is the process of creating a second copy of the files stored on your primary hard drive. In contrast a single copy of your files stored on an external hard drive, is not considered a backup.
1. Invest in a good external drive
External hard drives are extremely affordable. For under $100.00 you can get enough space to backup 2 or 3 computers. You first line of protection against data loss should be to store your data on removable drives. This will help ensure your data is safe, even if your computer is lost or stolen.
2. Schedule regular backups
Backups should be made at regular intervals. After an initial full backup of the entire system, make sure you set up automatic, incremental backups. Incremental backups are vital because they store only what has been change or added since the last backup, allowing you to save time and disk space with each backup.
3. Double-protect your system
Of course, external backup alone isn't enough, especially if you are running a business. You should also provide a second layer of security for the most important data by backing up to the cloud. With the right software, you can also encrypt the data to keep it safe of a hack attempt. A second backup in the cloud can also protect your data from physical damage resulting from accident, fire or natural disaster.
4. Test your recovery plan
Test out your backup strategies. It's much better to find out your system isn't perfect now, before something bad happen. Then you can fine tune your approach until you are certain that, even in the worst case scenario, your data will be recoverable.
5. Backup your system before any installation or upgrade
Before installing any new programs, or upgrading to Windows 10, it is recommended that you complete a full backup. This way if something goes wrong with your installation , you will avoid losing precious data. Any changes or losses can then be reversed by restoring your files from backup.
Are you ready to get your computer fixed?
Call or text 804-347-6647 to schedule your repair today?