Server Data Recovery
- We offer a completely free, no-obligation 24 hour diagnostic!
- Receive a file list, report and fixed-fee quote before proceeding!
- Server data recovery undertaken by our elite server recovery team
Servers have – thanks to the falling cost of the technology – become more prominent in not just commercial settings (the vast majority of modern businesses utilise servers to some extent) but within tech-savvy households too! Some of the most common types of servers are:
- File and Media Servers: These include Network Attached Storage, Storage Area Networks, External Hard Drives and DROBO units.
- Exchange Servers: These servers are used to manage Microsoft exchange; an extremely popular email solution for businesses.
- Database Servers: As their name suggests, these are used to store large databases and are absolutely vital to numerous businesses around the world.
- Web Servers: With many companies reliant upon their online presence as a means of considerable profit generation, a failed web server – which stores the information required for companies to remain online – can have serious and adverse financial consequences!
Irrespective of the server type, though, Fields’ elite server recovery team will undertake the following when completing their initial diagnostic:
- Determine the precise cause of failure;
- Review the condition of all physical components and establish if any are in need of Recover or replacement; and
- Create a unique plan of action for safe recovery of your organisation's data
With Fields’ free diagnostic, you can receive confirmation of the fact that your organisation's data can be recovered and receive a no-obligation, fixed-fee quote fast! Book yours today by sending us an email or calling us on 0800 083 7891
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