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Data Recovery Methods (03 Mar 2006)
Sometimes, due to unforeseen occurrences, it may become necessary to recover information from your hard drive. For instance, you computer may encounter problems and you need to recover documents. In many cases such data retrieval is quite possi...
Best Practices for Computer Forensics in the Field (22 Jan 2006)
Computer forensic examiners are responsible for technical acuity, knowledge of the law, and objectivity in the course of investigations. Success is principled upon verifiable and repeatable reported results that repres...
Important - Severe Windows Security Flaw: What You Can Do Right Now To Secure Your Data (15 Nov 2005)
On 28 of December a severe Windows security flaw, WMF Flaw, was detected, in all Windows versions from Win98 to WinXP, no fixing patch exists yet. Using it, anyone can do any malicious action with your computer, steal or even erase your data.
<...>When Your Computer Fails: A Disaster Recovery Strategy for the Home-based Business (10 Jan 2006)
If you are self-employed and work from home, you wear several hats, so to speak: you may be the marketing manager, accountant, receptionist or PR person. You are also your own technical support department and therefore responsible for safeguarding...
Ensuring Instant Access to a Data Recovery Specialist (22 Dec 2005)
The services of a data recovery specialist is undoubtedly
something you desperately need when you have a need to have data
recovered. However, it is not usually necessary or cost-effective
to have a data recovery specialist on staff, un...
The Safety Net of Online Backup Services (26 Feb 2006)
Online backup services are one of the most revolutionary ideas of
the internet age in my opinion. All computer users who rely upon
their computers for their day to day operations know how
important it is to have a recent backup at all ti...
Data Recovery - The Solution For Data Loss (26 Aug 2005)
Is there something more annoying than losing a paper you saved in your computer, on which you worked for weeks? I guess not. For this reason, data recovery is the word of law for people who use computer in their jobs or for school or college.
Know What Youre Dealing With: Essential Information You Must Know Before Paying for Data Recovery (21 Mar 2006)
Know what you're dealing with
The world of data recovery is a big mystery for most consumers and even some IT professionals. This is largely because hard drives themselves are complex devices and their technological specifics are n...
Recover Data From Crashed Novell NSS Volume - Novell Netware Data Recovery (14 May 2006)
The Novell Storage Services (NSS) File System is the default file system for NetWare 6 and later. Its many features and capabilities include visibility, a trustee access control model, multiple simultaneous namespace su...
Backup Outlook Express Mails and Address Book (28 Oct 2005)
Email loss causes majority of business loss, to overcome the common problem the backup of Outlook Express mails can be taken regularly and this article is aimed at explaining you how you can backup your Outlook Express mails (Since, Outlook Expres...
Data Recovery Tips (30 Nov 2005)
The worst thing about any emergency is that it messes up our daily routine and throws us into a state of confusion and we really can never rule out emergencies from our lives, life is full of surprises; some good, some bad. What makes the differe...
Data Storage – Managing Massive Amounts of Data (08 Feb 2006)
Perhaps it is karma, but the more successful you become, the more data you will have to deal with. Effectively managing massive amounts of data often comes down to the issue of data storage.
Mass data means large volumes ...
Offsite Backup Services are Essential (27 Dec 2005)
Although you may not list it in on your IRS form, information is your business' primary asset. From your customer database to your financial records to your proprietary product information, information is the key element to maintaining both the da...
Back It Up With Backup (23 Mar 2006)
It's happened to so many of us at one time or another in our technologically obsessed lives. We process important information in the computer. We've been so engrossed for hours, that we pretty much lose track of everything else. And just when you ...
Enjoy Your Christmas Thoroughly! Backup Your Data Files! (26 Dec 2005)
You may wonder what backup has to deal with Christmas..and yet, there is something you can benefit from here, too.
As the only way to enjoy your Christmas thoroughly is to spend your time as you want without anything interfering with your ho...
You Need to Backup (19 Apr 2006)
It doesn't matter if you paid $500.00 or $2000.00 to purchase a new computer for your home or business; you will defiantly want to have some kind of insurance and backing up your computer is the best form of protection there is.
When anyone ...
Backup Software- Dont Buy It! (19 Oct 2005)
Computer Backup- Forget About It!
Backup Software is for the birds! Computer Backup is too hard, too much trouble and a pain in the butt. Let's just forget about it.
Backup Software is touted as the savior o...
How to Back Up Data and Find a Good Data Recovery Company (29 Apr 2006)
There are about as many ways to perform data recovery as there are files and systems in the computing world.
The most important thing to know when it comes to data recovery is how to prevent ever needing to perform it. Having a separate bac...
Back Up Your Email Box Before It is Too Late (22 Sep 2005)
When so many of us rely so much on our email to operate our
businesses or our personal lives, it is important to take
preventative measures to avoid the ultimate disaster of
I come to this subject as a matter of multi...
Experience A Hard Drive Crash? Learn How To Avoid Making A Bad Situation Even Worse (13 Feb 2006)
If you experience a hard drive crash, it doesn't take much to make a bad situation even worse. In the event of a hard drive crash, in most instances, the data is completely recoverable at first. However, as part of human nature, we often try to ...
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