If you are reading this then there is a fair chance that you are looking for a data recovery expert as you have an urgent need to try and save important data.
Before trying to do anything to retrieve your data, bear in mind you may only get one chance at doing this correctly. You should therefore proceed carefully before letting anyone try to recover your data.
Whether your hard drive has failed or your device has been damaged, we have methods to retrieve as much data as possible.
Akita has developed a partnership with the world leaders in data recovery. We can guide you through how to approach the recovery of your lost data.
As data recovery will likely be an emergency, please call us on 01732 762675 or email firstname.lastname@example.org we’ll come back to you within 24 hours.
Our data recovery process
When a drive fails, Akita will start by making an initial high-level assessment to see if there is a simple solution. From there we send it on to our expert partner laboratory. They will make a no-cost assessment of the device and define the data recovery against one of the following levels:
- Level 1: Software related faults
- Level 2: Hardware faults
- Level 3: Complex software-related faults
- Level 4: Internal faults requiring fixing in a clean room
Depending on the severity of the damage and the amount of data to be recovered, we will let you know a price so you can make a decision.
Given that they’ve been able to get data from hard disks recovered from building fires, the chances of recovery in most instances are good.
An end to the heartbreak of data loss
Hindsight is a wonderful thing when a hard drive fails. But it can be easy to protect you and your organisation from data from loss going forward.
Akita’s offsite backup solution can be used to back up both servers and devices. With 14 rollback points as standard (and more on request), you can avoid the heartbreak of broken drives forever.
We can configure a cloud backup to happen automatically at regular intervals. Your data is secure, stored and protected in our two geographically-separate data centres.Other services Contact us