SIGIR is the major international forum for the presentation of new research results and the demonstration of new systems and techniques in the field of information retrieval.
SIGIR 2020 is the 43rd International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval
This will be held on July 25-30, 2020 (Xi’an, China) depending on the outcome of the Coronavirus.
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One of the core businesses of our Databack 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.
Data loss from hard drives, solid state drives, PC and Mac computers. Fixed and mobile workstations cover all common IT tools:
In the event of data loss, specialized technologies or specific situations nevertheless raise additional challenges:
Mac computers and Apple products: iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro… SSD drives, alternative to conventional hard drives and using Flash memory. Encrypted hard drives causing decryption problems
In most cases, recurring symptoms may presage data loss: blue screen, error message at startup, hard drive not recognized by the Bios, missing or corrupt files and folders …