Data Recovery Services

Your Data Doesn’t Have To Be Lost Forever

Our Data Recovery Services Will Be Able To Find It!

As a mechanical device, your hard drive is vulnerable to a wide range of risks, any of which can cause the drive to fail and your data to be lost. When you add natural disaster into the mix, your chance of losing data dramatically increases unless you have a plan. Frankly, it’s not a matter of if your hard drive fails, but when.

The safeguards you have in place to prevent losing your data when the inevitable happens can determine whether or not your information is retrievable; now is the time to develop a recovery plan. KT Connections has the Data Retrieval tools and know-how to transform the data locked on your broken hard drive into usable information.

Hard drive failure usual falls into one of three categories

  • Physical Damage
    • The shock of a drop or impact, heat and of course contact with water are the leading causes of physical damage to hard drives.
  • Logical Failure
    • Whether due to human error (overwritten or erased files), malware, or a corrupted operating system, this type of failure can cause your data to become inaccessible.
  • Mechanical Failure
    • Your hard drive is one of the few mechanical parts in your computer, and like all mechanical parts, sooner or later it will fail.

While recovering data from damaged drives is essential, it isn’t the more efficient method to protect your data. For a true data recovery system, KT Connections recommends our Backup & Disaster Recovery (BDR) solution. This full-service solution is personalized for your unique business needs and is designed to protect one of your business’ most important resources; your data.

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