RAID Array and Server Data Recovery Services
CBL Data Recovery retrieves more RAID and Server cases every year than any other data recovery company
RAID and Server Data Recovery Services
To Speak With a Data Recovery Specialist call 1.800.551.3917 (24 hr toll-free hotline)
CBL Data Recovery is the world wide leader at retrieving lost data from enterprise storage systems. If all or just a part of your enterprise storage system has failed, your business can be in jeopardy. CBL understands your critical situation and can help you get your data back quickly so you can maintain seamless business continuity.
Data loss can cripple an organization, but in most cases the data can be retrieved. As the leader in RAID data recovery and one of the world’s largest and most successful data recovery companies, CBL Data Recovery is able to provide you and your organization with the expert enterprise data recovery services and quality customer service you need to help get your business up and running fast. Recommended by major manufacturers and storage providers as a warranty safe hard drive data recovery service provider, CBL provides you with the level of expertise, comfort and security you demand in a data recovery firm.
CBL’s data recovery expertise extends to every make, model and manufacturer of computer hardware and enterprise storage systems. CBL engineers work below the operating system level to recover data from systems running Microsoft Windows Server, Unix based systems such as Solaris, HP-UX and AIX; Linux, including Mandriva, Red Hat and Ubuntu; and, the Apple Xserve family of RAIDs.
What you should do right now:
- Do not panic.
- Turn off the affected computer hardware.
- Do not attempt to repair the failed device or array.
- Contact a CBL Data Recovery expert at 1-800-551-3917.
|RAID and Server Data Recovery Information:|
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CBL Data Recovery offer a variety of services to recover data from a wide variety of causes, including:
- Single or Multiple Hard Drive Failure(s).
- Damage to the RAID Volume or Container Information
- Drives offline
- Incorrect Re-build or Re-initialization of the RAID.
- Physical damage from fire or flood or other acts of nature.