RAID Data Recovery Service Ain’t Cheap

On January 29, 2016 · 0 Comments

raid10I spoke to my supervisor a couple of hours ago because I was wondering exactly why our networks were slowing down to such a crawl. He told me that one of the hard drives in one of our main raid servers had failed during the night. As a result, our raid server was operating in degraded mode. I know that this stuff happens commonly, but I told him that he should probably make sure that he adds a new drive to the array as soon as possible, because of the multiple drive failure occurs, there will be no choice but to call a RAID data recovery service professional. You don’t want to be in this kind of situation because sometimes, depending on the complexity of your raid server, it can cost upwards of $10,000 to properly recover all of the data stored on a failed raid server. I am not sure if he’s going to listen to me, but it better or else he may find himself without a job.

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RAID Data Recovery Revenge!

On January 19, 2016 · 0 Comments

data-recoveryI know that when you are on the road traveling there is a lot of potential for stop and go action. I currently find myself in a situation like that because I am on my way to Vegas to have a meeting with some of our server technicians there.

We have recently failures on the main raid 50 server. I don’t normally bother with situations like this, but I am very curious about why we are having to have a raid data recovery Professionals deal with us on an almost daily basis lately. It just doesn’t seem right to me. I mean, I have seen a server or two fail over the years, but never this many at once in just a couple of months. I’m starting to wonder if mice might be getting into the server room or if somebody is spilling water and sabotaging the data. Whatever the case is, I am about to make sure that whoever is causing this raid data recovery problem is going to pay for it.

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Data Recovery Service Companies Offer Server Repair

On January 12, 2016 · 0 Comments

recovery-servicesThere are certainly a lot of issues with some of the new IBM servers. I have always trusted IBM because they’ve basically been around forever and once they sold the consumer division, I was aware that they were probably going to focus on their corporate customers a lot more. And for the first couple of years of using IBM servers, I felt like everything was pretty good. We didn’t really even have to send them back for anything and it wasn’t until the warranty expired actually even had to consider Intel?s RAID Strategy. Of course, that was the real problem: the servers didn’t even break down until the warranty was up. So obviously I had to contact the data recovery company because you might as well be that in cases of a server failure. The weak point every server has to be the hard drive, and you need to know that only a professional data recovery service company can even offer you this kind of server repair.

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A Zoloft Murder???

On November 7, 2015 · 0 Comments

The murder/suicide of actor Phil Hartman and his wife stunned the nation a year ago, and now the aftershocks are being felt. The late actor’s brother-in-law, Gregory Omdahl, is suing Pfizer and a psychiatrist, claiming that his sister was under the influence of the antidepressant drug Zoloft when she killed her husband and herself.

Hartman, 49, star of the NBC sitcom NewsRadio, was shot by Brynn Omdahl Hartman, 40, who killed herself four hours later in the early morning hours of May 28, 1998.

Gregory Omdahl, brother of Mrs. Hartman and executor of the Hartman estate and conservator for their two children, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on May 27, charging that Pfizer, which makes Zoloft, “had done all that it can to downplay the possibility that Zoloft causes violence or suicide in some people.”

Omdahl acknowledged that an autopsy found alcohol and cocaine in his sister’s body but said she snorted the cocaine after killing her husband.

Omdahl also sued Arthur Sorosky, M.D., the Los Angeles psychiatrist who gave Brynn Hartman samples of

Use Help Desk Software To Save Time

On September 26, 2015 · 0 Comments


Who would not want to use the best help desk software if it can save time? Every manufacturer is aware of the importance of time and how much of it needs to be saved if they want to become the most productive in the Industry. If they can use software that will relieve the much needed manpower towards another department, then that is what they will prefer. It is all about maximizing productivity. We know for a fact that labour is cost intensive. One cannot take shortcuts where employees are concerned. If a department needs a certain number of staff in order to handle all the business needs, the company is going to hire that number.

However, if we can use help desk software thereby freeing up some of the staff, we may be able to put the said staff to better use in another department. Companies are always on the lookout for a solution that will enable them to utilize manpower to its maximum potential. Most companies in a variety of domains have started using help …

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