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Disk care to reduce data recovery costsSponsored Links
Prevention of disk damages are the first steps towards reducing disk recovery costs
We have a four-pronged (DVCB) approach to disk care.This applies to all kinds of disks.
- The dust devil is the Number 1 enemy of disks
Keep your disks away from dust - this may not seem too great a piece of advice-but tell me,how many of us do remember to dust our disks.This will definitely prevent disk damage and reduce data recovery costs in the future!
- Viruses again!
I know,I know,these anti-virus companies charge a lot,but you will be spending a lot more on higher disk data recovery prices,unless you keep a commercial updated anti-virus software such as McAfee
- Cool the damn disks,but watch the humidity
Keep the disks at the temperature mentioned in the operating manual,typically just prevent the disks from being exposed to direct heat or temperatures above 30 degrees C and you should be okay and reduce your data recovery costs
- Backups-spend on backups rather than on high data recovery costs !
Every newbie in the IT business has to go thru one major data recovery disaster to understand the importance of backups and more importantly cataloguing the backups.Do you guys have a scheduled backup plan? Do you check whether the backups are all-right or just pray after a crash.Well,apologies for pontificating but I make the same mistakes :-) Backups cost money- but that's much lower than your data recovery costs