Archive for 'Data Recovery'
Every MS Outlook account maintains a data file, known as PST (Personal Storage Table) file to store their Outlook items such as emails, contacts, tasks etc. Since these files are supported by MS Outlook only, so users find it necessary to convert them into other file formats for wider accessibility. One such third party tool […]Full Story
Our Data – Importance of Fault Tolerance is found in computer environments that allow the systems to continue to operate in the event there is a failure. I like to think about the term even on the most basic level of our data usage. Our Data – Importance of Fault Tolerance, to me, is not only […]Full Story
Along with the Internet of Things, Big Data is the most significant trend that will affect information technology and security in 2016. Big Data is a term that describes the diverse processes of data discovery, collection and analysis from various sources for the purpose of advancing information technology and computing. Big Data presents a number […]Full Story
If you ever experienced lost data from a hard drive crash or other storage device, you know how it feels especially when you never backed up your data. It is impossible to recapture all the data off a Mac, even if you are wise to have configured a Time Machine to take care of backups. […]Full Story
With the advent of cloud computing and the growing popularity of the Linux open source platform for running the cloud, many system admins who are well versed and firmly established in the Microsoft Windows environment are finding themselves having the need to branch out further and further into the Linux hosting world. Whether it is […]Full Story
Hard drive crash is one of the prevalent computer issues that may have hit your entire work schedule at some point in time. Such catastrophes are undoubtedly a pain in the neck for the user. However, it does not necessarily mean data loss. In order to remedy this problem, you need to understand the underlying […]Full Story
Symptoms of Unmountable Drive: Based upon many users’ experiences, the following can be summed up as the symptoms when a drive begins to unmount. A Drive failing to mount either through a firewire or USB. Files can be seen but any task on them like copies, moving can’t be performed. The drive may once or […]Full Story