Data Recovery Service Blog
Check out some of our blog posts and learn about us as well as data recovery. Our data recovery lab is located at 7512 East Independence Blvd., Suite 100 (in the Quorum Business Park).
Our Blog Posts
Spring Reboot: Spring Cleaning Your Tech Environment
March 8, 2020 began Daylight's Savings and with it came Spring; that time of year when people begin to prepare for summer. Grass seed is thrown, mulch and pine straw are put down, and every room in every house gets turned inside out for that most ancient tradition,...
Data Security Tips
At Carolina Data Recovery, we recover data from failed or damaged hard drives. We’ve been recovering data for over 25 years. Each year our clients ask us what things they could do to protect and safeguard their computer’s data. As we begin a new year and a new decade,...
Carolina Data Recovery Celebrates 20 Years
September 25, 2019 – This year Carolina Data Recovery is celebrating its 20th year at its Independence location in Charlotte, North Carolina located at 7512 E Independence Blvd., Suite 100, Charlotte, NC 28227. For 20 years, Carolina Data Recovery has been providing...
O-M-D: An Overview of Optical, Magnetic, and Digital Recording
In computing there have been, and will continue to be, an abundance of ways to record data. Today, the three that are used, and that we work with here at Carolina Data Recovery, are magnetic, optical, and digital (semiconductor) memory, and these are often in the form...
Searching for a Good Data Recovery Service
One year while establishing a referral system with computer repair companies a member of our marketing team hit upon an important question asked often by customers; how much data recovery cost? “Well that’s a variable cost, as you know, dependent on the severity of...
All the Data, Safe in Its Nest: A Brief Overview of Nested RAID Systems
There’s a business that is just on the cusp of large-scale expansion. They deal with multiple customers, routes, products, and more, all being managed by their many employees, and all of this is about to start increasing by the year. They have an online system that...
Carolina Data Recovery Announces New Uptown Charlotte Location
Charlotte, NC (April 10, 2019) – Carolina Data Recovery, a leading provider of Data Recovery Services, today announces that they are opening a new Charlotte Uptown location in order to better serve Charlotte’s downtown business community. Carolina Data Recovery is...
Cloudy with a Chance of Data: How the Cloud Works
The early years of the 21st century was a technological boom. The world, having survived the rumored technological meltdown of Y2K, developed better, faster, smarter personal computers, music devices, and the almighty smart phone. Amongst this distinguished group of...
Hard Drive by Manufacturer FAQ
Data loss has never been a more serious issue than it is today, and because of that there has never been more people looking for data recovery solutions. But what if the loss was preventable? Thankfully, there are many ways a person can prevent data loss in their...
Breaking Through the Cloudiness of Cloud-Based Backup
To many people the Cloud (as discussed here) is something many people don’t understand and aren’t fully utilizing. Certain systems and apps are backed-up to the cloud, like an iPhone backed-up in the iCloud, it is used as temporary storage or a shared storage system...
RAID 5 Data Recovery
RAID 5 systems are not infallible and should be monitored at all times. Immediately upon the failure of any drive in the system, a notification via email, text, etc. should be generated and sent to the responsible party for drive replacement. Always replace a problem...
In most cases data is recoverable from failed hard drives
When Your Hard Drive Fails Do not panic!!! Power down your system, take a deep breath and think about what just happened. Carefully consider the following before taking any other action. Now that you have caught your breath and calmed down we will guide you through...
- Microsoft Windows®
- USB / Memory Cards
- Laptops / Desktops
- External Hard Drives
- Solid State Drives
- Strict Non-Disclosure
- Chain of Custody Protocol
- High Security Safekeeping
- Confidentiality Agreement
- Controlled Access
- Secure Location