Data is the most valued asset for a modern-day business and the possibility of losing it is detrimental for both financial and legal reasons. Data recovery is the process of restoring lost data such as files, media, storage, and anything that is valuable to your business. Data recovery services uses a software which help to restore this lost data efficiency and whilst trying to avoid business downtime. Data can be lost through error, mistake, or even cyber-attacks. The UK has a daily threat of 65,000 cyberattacks and it is thought that this is increasing because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fortunately, when data is lost, it normally is not permanent and can be retrieved through the recovery process. This is because even though visually the data might be lost, it can still be found in the storage drive intact which is why having data recovery is important.
Prevention is always better than cure, so stopping data loss is crucial for your business to halt any permanent damage. There are various scenarios in which data can be loss such as software crashes, accidental deletion, viruses, and attacks to name a few. Having a data recovery system in place can recover any loss that has occurred and done quick and efficiently, can stop any lasting effects and enable the smooth continuation of the day-to-day running.
Your organisation will benefit from having piece of mind that in an event of data loss, especially from attacks and viruses, the speedy recovery will enable you to eliminate financial losses that could happen.
Data recovery time depends upon various factors including backup method used, size of data being recovered, data location and bandwidth.
The cost is entirely dependent upon the backup method used, size of data being recovered, data location and bandwidth.
We would at least need to see the names of the files, however we shouldn’t need to open any files.