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Some online options for learning about what data recovery services do and how to do it yourself
There's always the threat of it looming on the horizon: any office with a significant investment in data processing has the ...
- Article By J. Stoltzfus
- – March 23, 2010
You may not like planning for the worst, but it's essential to have a disaster recovery plan in place for your valuable business data.
- Article By Christina Comben
- – September 21, 2016
From data recovery to criminal forensic analysis services, a computer forensics expert can help
Whether perfectly legal computer data has been lost through hard-drive failure or a crime has been committed, a data forensic expert ...
- Article By Jeanne Dininni
- – November 7, 2010
Thirty commonly used data analytics terms that every marketer should know to assemble and discern the most meaningful reporting possible.
- Article By Elle Morgan
- – September 23, 2016
Disaster recovery isn’t only about keeping the backup safe, but to pre-assign roles for the conjured action plan. Tips for planning inside.
- Article By Richard Smith
- – July 6, 2016
Data Recovery First Aid: 3 tips to increase your chances of success
Let’s get to the important part first - if you’ve just lost your data, skip past this introduction and go directly to our ...
- Article By Sergey Petrov
- – September 20, 2010
First Steps to Developing a Successful Disaster Recovery Plan
Today, the primary method to protect servers from data loss is to backup data to inexpensive removable media such as data tape ...
- Article By Dave Sobel
- – September 30, 2011
Fifty percent of businesses that lose access to their data for 10 or more days filed for bankruptcy immediately. Don't let it happen to you.
- Article By Evonne Roman
- – July 27, 2015
Improve the bottom line with data clustering services
Computer data clustering techniques—including k-means and expectation maximization clustering—automate data reporting and ...
- Article By Cheryl Bridges
- – June 24, 2011
Keep up with data management services news and trends to remain competitive
Database management services are continually going through changes as technology develops rapidly. To keep up with changes in the data ...
- Article By Linda C. Ray
- – April 3, 2011