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NAS Data Recovery

nas server data recoveryWhat is NAS Data Recovery?

NAS, also known as network attached storage, is usually a smaller computer network system for home use file storage and network access. It has gained popularity in being used to share files among multiple computers. NAS has both storage and file system capabilities, where SAN, also known as a storage area network, only provides block-based storage.

Learn more about SAN, a larger system similar to NAS Data Recovery.

There are many different server types and configurations. Regardless of type, setup, or cause of failure DataTech Labs® can recover data from your failed NAS.

What To Do After NAS RAID Crash

If you have experienced a failure, do not try to re-instantiate (regenerate) your strip or rebuild the array. Anything that is done to the array from this point forward can greatly reduce the ability to recover your irreplaceable data. What may seem intuitive to try can permanently destroy our ability to recover data from a failed NAS. Contact us immediately to ensure a fast and successful recovery of your business’s essential data.

DataTech Labs RAID and server data recovery engineers have the tools and experience to recover data from failed NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices. Data recovery becomes much more intricate when failed hard drives are part of an array or NAS unit. Our highly skilled data recovery engineers will work diligently to recover data from any server, RAID, or NAS device.

NAS Data Recovery for all Situations

DataTech Labs can recover data from any type of server, RAID, or NAS with all types of failures. Our data recovery engineers have seen every situation imaginable.

  • Multiple Drive Failures
  • RAID Controller Failure
  • Accidental Re-Formatting
  • Stripping Corruption
  • Formatted or Deleted Partitions
  • Fire or Flood Damage

If you’ve been to another data recovery company and they have failed or you are unsatisfied with the results, contact us today. We can recover data from crashed NAS devices where other companies have failed.

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