Data recovery on servers and in data centers

One of the core businesses of our company is data recovery on a server as well as data recovery in a data center. The engineers in our laboratory work on any storage space (storage bay, data center, etc.), whatever the systems and architectures (NAS, SAN, RAID, etc.).

Data storage on servers and in data centers

Computer servers house volumes of data ranging from simple raw databases to big data or big data environments. They also provide processing and management, and are capable of performing many other tasks: email, business software and applications, access to local or remote networks, security and authentication, etc.

As such, they make up the backbone of the IS (Information System) of many companies and public and private organizations: companies of all sizes (PME / PMI, ETI, GE…), financial establishments, universities and research centers, establishments health, etc.

Computer servers take many forms depending on the volumes of information to be stored or processed and the execution of the required tasks:

Physical and spatial organization of the servers:

  • Stocking Harbor.
  • Central computer
  • Library or backup robot
  • Data Center or data center

Systems and architectures:

  • NAS or SAN servers
  • RAID systems
  • Magnetic tapes

Storage method and techniques:

  • Virtualization, virtual private servers (VPS) and virtual environments (VE)
  • Cloud, cloud computing solutions and use of remote servers
  • Dedicated server provided by a host

 

Faults and failures causing data loss on servers

 

Computer servers mostly benefit from a controlled and secure environment, due to their strategic sensitivity. They are nevertheless exposed to the computer failures commonly encountered, despite the emergency, backup or redundancy systems put in place. Mechanical breakdowns, electronic breakdowns or logical breakdowns can thus lead to loss of critical data.

The origin of server outages is often difficult to prevent or deal with:

Computer malware: viruses, hacking, ransomware, cryptolocker…
Claims: flood, fire, electrical damage, etc.
Human error: overwriting of data, lack of maintenance, etc.
Various failures: loss of configuration, inverter failure, etc.
Etc.

The loss of data or a period of inaccessibility can have serious consequences for the companies or organizations affected: suspension of activity, loss of turnover, damage to reputation, legal implications, even bankruptcy …

DSI (Directors of Information Systems) and DSIN (Directors of Information Systems and Digital) must therefore face high challenges during such IT emergencies. Any failure in the intervention or the recovery attempt can lead to a permanent loss of data, it is crucial to contact the right contact.

Sever room racks

Our expertise in server data recovery

 

Our laboratory implements reliable and efficient solutions to recover data from servers, whatever the hardware, architecture and systems used. Our engineers have the expertise to solve all types of scenarios leading to the loss, encryption or inaccessibility of your data on servers or in the data center.

Fully aware of the strategic issues related to the recovery of your data, our company is able to manage any type of scenario. We work in collaboration with your DSI / DSIN and are able to integrate your PCA / PRA (Business Continuity Plan and Business Recovery Plan).

We provides you with all the necessary guarantees for this purpose:

Reliability and national influence:

  • No subcontracting
  • Secure and controlled environment
  • Secure laboratory and regulated access
  • ISO 5 class 100 clean room
  • Vault for the storage of sensitive material
  • Independent computer system disconnected from any outside access

Computer emergency unit:

  • Available 24 hours a day, year-round
  • Collection of equipment on site according to your preferences and security criteria (dedicated transporter, hand delivery, etc.)
  • Immediate availability of your urgent data on our FTP server

Compliance with regulations and data confidentiality:

  • Authorization for the treatment of sensitive files
  • Compliance with the charter of good practices defined by the SGDSN
  • Compliance with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations).
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