Is Data really lost? I’m sure at one point or another you’ve experienced losing data on your hard disk or at least knows of someone who has. Most often that not, hard disks crash because of a virus, when they’re too old already, or if you’ve used all of it’s capacity up.
In fact, lost data is so common nowadays because of all the virus that is transmitted through the internet. Social networking sites have been the target of virus makers because it’s the easiest platform they can embed their viruses on. Because of this, a lot of people are now switching from PCs to Macs because they say the OS is more resistant to viruses.
With these viruses invading the tech world, one thing that’s been positive about it is that tech support has also improved a lot. Especially for lost data, there are now a lot of products that promise total data recovery for hard disks as well as for servers. I’m sure a lot of companies are thankful for RAID data recovery. Imagine losing all of your clients’ data hosted on your servers.
Lost data is still a big problem whether your an individual user, a server host, or a client. But as long as we are all vigilant in preventing viruses and coming up with solutions for its effect, there is less to worry now than ever before.