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Data Backup & Recovery

In computing, data recovery is the set of techniques and procedures used to access and extract information stored on digital storage media that, due to damage or breakdown, cannot be accessed on a regular basis. 

Data recovery procedures can be used to recover information from various types of media such as hard drives, USB drives, servers, digital cameras, CDs, DVDs, among others. 

Data recovery is necessary for various reasons, such as physical damage to the storage medium (electronic failure, mechanical failure, crash, fire, flood, etc.) or logical failure (file system damage, partition damage, file deletion, accidental formatting, etc.) …). 

We provide a series of solutions according to the need of your problem. That can be from transferring the information from a computer that stopped working (but if the hard disk works) to a new one, a disk to recovering information deleted accidentally or due to hard disk problems. 


Business Continuity

Plan for the worst. A business continuity plan enables you to re-bound and recover rapidly from a dire situation, whether service disruption to your business processes, applications and/or net-work. Man-made or otherwise, a down system can severely jeop-ardize customer orders, vendor commitments, revenue goals and ultimately, your company’s reputation. A business continuity plan developed by Compudile IT minimizes a crisis by delivering op-erational recovery quickly, so you can get back to business.

Data recovery scenarios

The most common “data recovery” scenario involves a failure of the operating system (typically single disk, single partition, single operating system), in this case the goal is to simply copy all required files to another disk. This can be easily accomplished with a Live CD, most of which provide a means of accessing the file system, getting a backup copy of removable discs or devices, and then moving the files from the disc to the backup with a file manager or a program for creating optical discs. These cases can be mitigated by partitioning the disk and continuously storing important information files (or copies of them) on a different partition than the system files in the operating system, which are replaceable. 

 We can recover data from a damaged hard drive 

Another scenario involves a disk-level failure, such as a compromised disk partition or file system, or a hard disk failure. In any of these cases, the data cannot be easily read. Depending on the situation, solutions may range from repairing the file system, partition table, or master load record (MBR), or hard drive recovery techniques ranging from software-based recovery of corrupted data to hardware replacement for a physically damaged disk. If hard drive recovery is necessary, the drive itself has typically failed permanently, and the purpose, rather than a one-time recovery, is to salvage any data that can be read. 

In a third scenario, the files have been “erased” from a storage medium. Typically deleted files are not really deleted right away; instead, the references to them in the directory structure have been removed, and the space they occupy is made available for later overwriting. In the course of this, the original file can be recovered. Although there is some confusion about the term, “data recovery” can also be used in the context of computer forensics or espionage applications.