Network Attached Storage (NAS) Data Recovery
Failed and inaccessible NAS hard drive recovery experts...
NAS systems are usually configured in a RAID array as a redundant data storage container or logical containers. They are typically configured in RAID 0, RAID 1 or RAID 5, depending on the number of hard drives and the manufacturer of your NAS storage system.
Because NAS devices are designed with components and configurations unique to each manufacturer, it is essential that data recovery engineers attempting to recover data from your NAS device have in-depth knowledge of the different file system types, operating systems, data structures and hardware configurations.
Advanced Data Recovery has the experience, knowledge and tools required to successfully recover all Network Attached Storage devices...
If your NAS system has one or more failed hard drives or is not accessible due to the device failure, we can help you get your data back. Our NAS data recovery engineers are experienced in recovering files from virtually all network attached storage systems and configurations.
Regardless of the failure you've experienced or the types of files you need recovered you can rest assured that Advanced Data Recovery will do everything in our power to recover your data as quickly as possible. Our first priority is to preserve the integrity of your data. That's why the first step we take is to create sector-by-sector images of the hard drives in your Network Attached Storage device before attempting any recovery procedures. Then we work with those images to perform the recovery process. That way we preserve your data and don't have to worry about dealing with a failing drive.
Every day recover data from failed NAS devices for large enterprise, small & medium companies, home businesses, government, healthcare providers and educational facilities.
Industries we recover data from failed NAS and RAID servers include but are not limited to...
- Bio Technology
- Financial and Accounting
- Medical and Healthcare
- Power and Energy