By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering To get the best of the past and the future in storage technology, look no further than hybrid and Fusion drives. These are both complex storage solutions that combine two completely different technologies to give customers more speed with larger capacity. Hybrid An SSHD (solid state hybrid … Continue reading Hybrid and Fusion Drives Explained
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
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
Originally published by Android Police. By David Ruddock One of the most common source of inquiries or complaints we receive from readers is a phenomenon known in the world of smartphones as “boot-looping.” After installing an update or patch to a smartphone, the phone then proceeds to attempt to restart itself over and over, endlessly refusing … Continue reading Android Police: The boot-loop: My smartphone restarts over and over, what do I do now?
One of the first iPhone 7 recoveries ever done in the world involved a device sent to DriveSavers after it went overboard on a trip to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The newest iPhone is advertised as water-resistant*, but this one could not survive the November 8, 2016 dunking into approximately 10 feet of … Continue reading DriveSavers 1, Great Barrier Reef 0