90 articles with between 300 and 5700 words, including:
Recovering Internet Explorer Passwords: Theory and Practice
Recover Damaged Mail and Data in Microsoft Outlook
Recover Deleted Files and Repair Corrupted Disks with SoftAmbulance
Secrets of Microsoft new file system revealed by Data Recovery Engineer
Professional Data Recovery Services
How to recover deleted or lost files
A Safer Way to Recover Damaged Partitions
Can USB Data Recovery Be Recovered?
Clean Room Data Recovery – What’s Its Significance?
Computer Data Backups: Test Now or Cry Later
Computer Hard Drive Recovery – Should We Have An External Back Up?
and so much more!!
Data backup is rarely a part of a home computer user’s or business IT administrator’s plans, we all say it will never happen to me or my company, but in reality we are just mentally preparing for the time we lose our data. Its like trying to stop smoking, we all know we should do it but will find every excuse not to. So be honest with yourself and ask yourself the question, do you have a backup plan for your data, or more importantly, do you have a restore plan which will protect your business should something go wrong? All business leaders and owners will now tell you that computers are way past being a useful part of our lives, but now they are an absolute necessity. We acknowledge the data which resides on our computer infrastructure is the most important asset of any organization. I ask again, what would happen if you lost your data and what are you doing to protect it?