67 Percent of Cloud Storage Firms Not Ready For Data Recovery Disasters!
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) August 30, 2012
eProvided flash drive data recovery discusses cloud storage and the need for USB drive recovery on cloud backup storage technology. With so many options of cloud-data-backup and storage it's easy to forget all the dangers of not properly backing up data which could result in the need for flash drive data recovery. Although cloud storage is fairly secure, there's always a chance that a piece of hardware (e.g. HDD or SSD) could malfunction, fail and require advanced forms of NAND recovery or memory stick recovery.
According to a recent survey from virtual-strategy.com (August 14, 2012), when surveying a group of 360 cloud storage service providers and enterprises, only 33% have NAND or flash drive data recovery plans in place. That means that 67% of cloud storage firms do not have a plan in place for protecting client data from requiring a memory stick recovery service or data recovery services. Yes, cloud storage is becoming the fastest and most convenient way of storing data, but as we can see, even cloud servers are not USB drive recovery proof. So far, 26% of virtual environment type data storage firms have reported some type of data loss where a flash drive data recovery service would need to be utilized. Think your data is safe? Think again. Memory stick recovery service needs are at an all time high (eProvided).
So, let’s say that some type of a data disaster was to happen, what to do then? There are countless data recovery firms competing for your business, but one name that stands above them all is eProvided.com. eProvided USB drive recovery company is at the forefront of flash drive data recovery services. Countless articles have been written by this data recovery expert on the future of NAND flash USB drive recovery and data storage.
So what’s next on tap in the data storage or memory stick recovery world? eProvided USB drive recovery services stands by the claim that everything's slowly moving towards a NAND based storage platform. What this means is that the regular HDD type of storage days may be numbered (techcentral.co.za). SSD's and flash type media are here to stay and will become the predominant way of storing data. High speed/capacity SSD's and NAND chips are already powering some cloud servers, and this is just the start (stormondemand.com).
eProvided, a NAND flash recovery expert focusing strictly on NAND recovery as well as memory stick recovery states that NAND flash is the way of the future. Any type of USB drive recovery services such as flash drive data recovery and the advanced recovery techniques of memory stick recovery have been perfected by eProvided. This USB drive recovery firm is currently taking on data recovery partners at their Colorado based headquarters.
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