NAS (Network-Attached Storage) RAID Data Recovery.
NAS units are nothing more than file servers that provide a shared location for your data spread out over your local area network. They can be simple 2 drive Western Digital MyBook Live Duo units, or more complex 8 bay Thecus, or Synology rackmount servers.
It’s very common for NAS units to use RAID 0, 1, or 5 arrays. Depending on how you configured your NAS it may only be able to tolerate one drive failure or even none at all.
Because NAS can be configured in so many different ways with many different RAID configurations recovery can be very complex.
If you’re located in the Philadelphia area call us to schedule an appointment to bring in your NAS drives for recovery or visit the shipping page for instructions on shipping the drives to us.
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