SQL Server Recovery
SQL is a standard computer language used to access and control computer databases. For database administrators, they are tools of the trade.
If you are a database administrator, or are in any way responsible for the smooth running of a Microsoft SQL server, part of your job is to ensure that the system under your care is prepared for disaster recovery.
Proper Functioning of an SQL Server
A functioning SQL server depends on a number of things, performance, indexing, normalization, access controls, these are all key to an efficiently operating SQL server. However, there is always a chance that it could fail and a sound SQL server recovery program is just as integral to the overall operation. It doesn’t matter how smoothly your SQL server WAS running if it isn’t running anymore. If your SQL server is down, and you don’t have a contingency plan, there are things that you can do.
If your SQL server has gotten hit before you could properly prepare, then contact Hard Disk Recovery Services for all of your SQL server recovery needs. With our state of the art technology, high end clean room facilities, and expert technicians we can meet your SQL server recovery needs and then some.
The biggest problem that our clients have informed us of, is that many database administrators see backing up their SQL server as the last part of a major project, or even a distraction to the bigger task at hand. They would rather get the big job done and then back the project up because devising a contingency plan throws them off of their rhythm. This is a huge risk. If you have worked days on a project and avoid one hour’s work of backing the server up, you save one hour of work. Not a whole lot of time in the grand scheme of things. But if your SQL server goes down, you will lose days worth of work from all the data you have lost and not to mention the time it will take to attempt a SQL server recovery.
If you have suffered SQL failure and have lost all of your important database information, and you do not have back up, there are a number of factors that you need to look at. The first is, is there anyway to get that data back? And if so, how long would it take? A human resources data base for even a large to medium sized company could have most of their employees offer the data that had been lost. A financial investment company that keeps tabs on all their clients would be a bigger deal and take a lot longer. In this instance, you would lose valuable time recovering the data and lose time working on your clients investments.
If you find yourself in a situation where you have lost data that you need to have on hand and don’t have the time, or are unable to reenter that data over again, you’ll need SQL server recovery from Hard Disk Recovery Services. We’ll get your information back, and your database back on track or you don’t pay.
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