Lost Data from Your NAS?
Network Attached Storages (NAS) are devices specially designed for storing and sharing files over a local network. These storages work like small file servers. NAS devices usually consist of a control board which provides network access to data and multiple hard drives organized as a RAID-system to extend storage space, increase operational speed or enhance storage reliability. Most NAS vendors like Iomega, Synology, Buffalo offer software-based RAID as a function of embedded OS, while others, like Promise, supply hardware-based RAID as well. NAS storages work with embedded vendor-specific file systems. The type of the file system of NAS storage doesn’t influence access to network files and storage operation, rather data recovery chances in case of storage failures and data loss.
Network Attached Storages (NAS) are one of the best data storage solutions for home users and small to medium businesses (SMBs). These devices don’t take much space and can store considerable amount of information, shared over a local network.
Unfortunately, like any equipment NAS is exposed to failures and outages caused by numerous factors and resulting in loss of valuable information. Our NAS recovery engineers provide reliable and efficient solutions to a failed NAS.
Despite increased reliability of NAS storages nowadays, they are still exposed to failures and loss of valuable information. Causes of data loss most typical of NAS storages include system failures, software malfunctions, control board failure or simply human errors.