The backup and recovery systems are aimed at restoring data and configurations such that a catastrophic event will not leave individuals or businesses suffering drastic losses. The reason behind this is that even in the event that all precautions are taken, it is impossible to plan for disasters which will in one way or the other have to happen.
There are several ways through which data can be lost. These vary from large data losses or small losses but whichever the loss, it can come up with a lot of costs to the concerned party. These losses can be through hard disk failure, system crashes, power failures, accidents as well as malicious damage. Other ways that data can be lost can be through corruption by viruses or natural disasters.
All organizations dealing with massive amounts of data have to recover it as quickly as possible when any loss occurs lest they suffer a loss in their business. Even the small enterprises also will be gravely affected if any loss occurs in their data management and storage. This calls for meticulous planning for any type of loss or data failure that is likely to occur. Data backup and recovery architecture is a system that takes account of every aspect of the system requirements and contents and configuration of the server. Some of the consideration to make when assessing the type of data backup architecture include: what are the likely scenarios where data can be lost, is the data critical and how often will the data be backed up. These considerations together with others such as the manner in which the back will be done and the backup media to be used are critical questions that will need to be answered before the actual backup and recovery strategy is come up with.
There’s a million ways to lose your iPhone data, but while you’re searching online, in mild panic, looking for ways to recover deleted pictures or lost contacts, it may look like there is not a single way to get them back.
We store an impressive quantity of data on our iPhones every day: photos, music, videos, SMS messages and attachments, notes, reminders, call history, voice memos, Safari bookmarks, any many more. All of those can be deleted, either purposely or by accident, only to realize that it was a mistake – a moment too late. Unfortunately iPhone doesn’t have a “recycle bin” where your deleted data goes.
And, if you suffer a stroke of particularly bad luck, you may lose all your data at once: one moment you’re updating your iPhone, the next moment all you know is that the update has apparently failed, and your iPhone is now dead for all intents and purposes.
Sometimes people do stupid things, like reset their phone to the factory settings, without making a backup beforehand. Oops, all your data has now been wiped-out! Things can go wrong when attempting a jailbreak. People forget their screen lock passwords. Your phone can get lost, stolen or damaged. Sooner or later, your device will just die, with Apple logo screen of death or inaccessible system error.
If any of these happen to you, it’s important to immediately stop using the phone. Any operation can generate new data which can overwrite your lost data, making it harder to recover. That’s why you’re advised not to sync your iPhone with iTunes in this situation: you don’t want your backup data being updated. Set iPhone into the flight mode before attempting to recover data. Do not try rebooting continuously – that can only cause further data damage.
If you’ve ever synced your iPhone with iTunes, you can use iTunes backup to regain old data. iPhone has a build-in data recovery feature. It’s worth trying this data recovery tool when backup doesn’t exist. If that doesn’t work neither, you can use a third-party software to directly scan and try to recover data from your iPhone. There are even tools that can restore back your settings, that you have spent hours setting up.
The dreaded blue screen that restarts your computer endlessly, the “operating system not found” error, and/or invalid partition table is one of the most dreaded aspects of having a computer. Sometimes the only thing that can be done is a hard disk partition recovery. Before easy to use software was developed the only option use to be to take your computer to a technician; now this task is performed by many people for just the price of the software; although some good programs are free.
It is essentially the most important parts of a computer. This is the storage unit, the brain, of your system. For a computer to function it takes an operating system, OS; this is usually Windows. If a hard drive partition recovery is needed do NOT run scandisk. Doing this can make partition and HDD recovery more difficult and should be avoided in critical situations.