Data recovery from RAID configured devices can be complicated because of the nature of which the data is stored. There are many different types of software and hardware available that cater for RAID storage and if one of these components fail RAID data recovery is necessary.
Our staff understand the complexities of RAID storage and the many different numerical levels there may be. There are many different scenarios that KDR have recovered data from a failed RAID array, here are some:
Emergency Service – Kingdom Data Recovery offer an emergency service for RAID recoveries, we will prioritise your job and work until we get a recovered file list to you.
Standard Service – If cost is more important than timescale we can offer a service that we can send a recovered file list to you within 5 working days if data recovery is possible.
Kingdom Data Recovery can recover data from all types of RAID configuration and file types: in some cases, we can rebuild the array and allow the device to continue to be used with no data loss at all.