Sherlock Data Recovery Services, provides exceptional Data Recovery Services and digital forensic services for all Raid Data Recovery Devices. Critical data is usually stored on Raid systems to protect your data. However, even this setup is not faultless as the Raid system is defenseless against multiple drive failures, that frequently occur. Once your Raid system shows signs of failure, you will need qualified Raid Data Recovery Specialists to help recovery your lost data. No matter the size or number of the array of drives in your Raid system, you can trust the specialists at Sherlock Data Recovery Services to recover your data.
Raid Data Recovery Specialists
Sherlock Data Recovery Services, is the worldwide leader at recovering lost data from enterprise storage systems. We understand the value of your data and how critical your situation is. Our mission is to help you get your data back quickly so you can maintain seamless business continuity. We are able to provide you with the specialised data recovery knowledge and quality customer service you need to quickly get your business up and running again. In most cases the data can be retrieved, as we are one of the leading data recovery companies in Raid Data Recovery Services and one of the world’s most successful data recovery companies.
Supported Raid Servers and Configurations
Sherlock Data Recovery Services’ knowledge extends to every Raid Server make, model and media, all Raid Server levels and Raid Server hardware types.
Makes and Media
All HP ProLiant, Left Hand and 3PAR Series, All Dell PowerEdge, Power Vault, EqualLogic, and Compellent Series, IBM xSeries, Power Series (AIX, Linux) and storage subsystems, Supermicro server and storage subsystems, All Intel and AMD product lines, SAN– and NAS-based RAIDs and standalone storage systems, EMC and NetApp product lines
If you have a Raid configuration we charge that price per drive in the Raid array. It is based on the number of drives and the size due to the fact rebuilding Raid is so much more difficult and requires much larger quantities of space and time to perform the recovery. In most cases, all drives, including the good ones, have to be imaged, the bad drive rebuilt, the array reassembled in software, then extracted as a final image, after which the data is extracted. Other items need to be reviewed during evaluation to know what the type of damage is and what the cost will be. You will be contacted after the evaluation and details will be discussed.