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RAID Data Recovery Guide and Tips

By Joseph Flores, Lead Enterprise Engineer Critical data is often stored on RAID systems because the configurations are considered to be fault tolerant. For example, RAID systems can be configured to keep working when one drive fails, allowing disks to be hot swapped while the system keeps running. However, even this setup of an array of … Continue reading RAID Data Recovery Guide and Tips

eDiscovery: A Look Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

By Bob Mehr, Sr. Legal Services Advisor Looking Back: 2016 A number of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) amendments went into effect in 2015, a couple of which, FRCP Rules 26(b) and 37(e) brought more significant change in the realm of discovery than has been seen in decades. These changes notably affected eDiscovery for civil … Continue reading eDiscovery: A Look Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

Safely Eject to Protect Your Data

By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering Do you know how to properly care for your thumb drives, external drives and other devices that may be plugged into your computer? It’s easier than you may realize to lose the data on your portable storage. Should You Leave it Be?   Is it safe to leave a … Continue reading Safely Eject to Protect Your Data

Popcorn Time Offers Ransomware Victims Reward for Spreading Virus

By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering As if the ransomware extortionists haven’t done enough damage already, today we are seeing a scheme in which victims are encouraged to infect their friends’ computers instead of paying the ransom. The new ransomware virus, known as Popcorn Time, offers the infected user the option of spreading the virus … Continue reading Popcorn Time Offers Ransomware Victims Reward for Spreading Virus

The 5 Stages of Data Loss

Many people who experience data loss are shocked that something so serious, and potentially damaging, can happen to their equipment without any advance warning. Well, here’s your warning. Something inevitably happens to upset the status quo. One minute things are fine with your computer. Then, they aren’t so fine. Something bad has happened and you … Continue reading The 5 Stages of Data Loss