Hard Drive Recovery Associates (HDRA), a data recovery services company based in Irvine, California recently released an article that discusses a lesser known technology in computers today: hard drive-less computers.
In the post, “Hard Drive-less Computer”, Hard Drive Recovery Associates discusses how a computer can be used without the presence of a hard drive.
Speaking on behalf of HDRA, Jack Edwards says, “Most people are used to having hard drives as part of the package. It is the norm, and will remain to be for the foreseeable future, but computer technology also allows for modern computers to be able to boot using external hard drives, flash memory cards, or even removable flash drives.”
Typically, the average computer user will opt for the more common way of booting their computer which is by means of a hard drive, but computers can actually function without a hard drive. One way of booting a computer without the aid of a hard drive is network booting. This allows a network of computers of differing types to be booted and controlled simultaneously through a single server.
“It’s increasingly common for companies to make use of network booting in their computer networks so they can have increased control,” said Edwards. “Doing this not only makes things more convenient but is also cost-effective since hard drive failure is now out of the equation. This also allows for the usage of inexpensive, easily replaceable hardware.”
Peripheral devices can also be utilized when booting a computer, such is the case with many available routers. Some of these routers use flash memory cards as either their boot medium or to simply extend their storage capacity.
“Given that there are a multitude of options available out there to continue business-as-usual without the aid of a hard drive, the possible loss of data is still a major issue, caused by malware, viruses, or hard drive failure,” stated Edwards. "Data management should be top priority in your business, and, as such, data loss should be approached with zero-tolerance. Whole businesses and organizations have either completely collapsed or have had to restart from scratch because of poor data management. This is the exact reason why we offer our data recovery services.”
Plenty of individuals as well as companies also testify to the quality that Hard Drive Recovery Associates provides through its data recovery services. “I dread the idea of having to start from complete scratch. My business would have been in shambles if you guys hadn’t recovered it all,” one testimonial states.
HDRA encourages anyone with a problem with their business or personal hard drive to contact them directly even if others have already told them that their data is unrecoverable. HDRA specializes in hard drive data recovery for RAID, Mac and PC hard disks as well as SSD drives, and can recover data from damaged or clicking hard drives.
Almost 95% of HDRA’s customers have been able to have 100% of their data retrieved completely, so HDRA is able to offer that guarantee with confidence. They also have a toll-free support line which is online 24/7 where they provide recovery diagnosis for absolutely free. They have a fully equipped lab which is located directly off of the I5, making it simpler for consumers to get help quickly. Their facilities ensures that businesses all throughout Santa Ana and its surrounding areas can rely freely on HDRA’s quick-response, free server pickup on RAID recovery and repair jobs.
Hard Drive Recovery Associates has a full set of blog articles on the company's Blogspot website for those who feel the need to find out more about hard disc issues. Interested parties can connect with HDRA through their preferred social media platforms as well.
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Hard Drive Recovery Associates offers data recovery services to Irvine, Anaheim, Santa Ana and the surrounding Orange and LA County areas. We offer the most affordable hard drive recovery and RAID repair solutions in the industry.
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