PITS Global Data Recovery Services is committed to providing top-tier Synology data recovery services for all models available. Leveraging advanced tools and boasting engineers with many years of experience, we can proudly maintain a 99% success rate when it comes to recovering lost or deleted data from any model of Synology device. We are confident that no matter the NAS, SSD, or hard drive you have sustained damage on – our expertise will help us recover your precious files!
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Bringing our expertise to the United States, PITS Global Data Recovery Services has spent years developing cutting-edge methods for Synology data recovery. Due to multiple drive bays and delicate pieces, Synology network-attached storage devices can experience physical damage in several ways.
Even in the unfortunate event of a Synology NAS device failure, data can still be recovered by responsibly and properly evaluating and executing a data recovery approach. Yet every unsuccessful attempt to retrieve information further weakens the member drives. To protect your data, it is important to safely power down the malfunctioning device immediately upon noticing any issues before considering viable options on how best to proceed with recovering lost files.
Synology NAS Products
Among data storage devices, Synology NAS devices are very popular. The company has been a reliable storage hardware provider for years. Its models fit all target segments, from personal businesses to large enterprises.
This is why having enough skills to recover data from all of the brand’s models is essential for us.
Additionally, our certified engineers regularly attend training and qualification courses to be able to recover any latest Synology device.
Like with all manufacturers, Synology NAS devices can experience drive failure. Files and folders can be lost, and entire file systems can be corrupted. And Synology NAS devices usually require an expert technician to figure out the source of the issue. Then, engineers can safely work on the device without fear of damaging the drive further.
Synology NAS Products Support Various RAID Types
One of the best features of Synology NAS Devices is their great RAID configuration support. Many of their models can configure in any RAID array, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, RAID 50, and RAID Z.
For maximum fault tolerance, we recommend our customers make sure their Synology NAS device can withstand one drive failing.
Synology NAS Failure Causes
Unfortunately, even with a quality Synology NAS device, these devices are susceptible to various kinds of errors, causing catastrophic data loss.
To avoid these data loss causes, use outlets with surge protectors, avoid liquid near the device, and be cautious arranging the RAID array.
Some of the Synology NAS Data Loss Scenarios you Could Face are:
- Multiple Disks Failure
- Water Damage
- Fire and Smoke Damage
- Hardware Controller Failure
- Physical Breakage
- Accidental File Deletion
- The improperly Arranged RAID system
- Natural Wear-and-Tear
- Power Surge
- Firmware Issues
- Infected file System/Malware
How We Perform Synology NAS Recovery
If you experienced any of the problems, contact a data recovery service. With access to a certified ISO Class 10 cleanroom, our data technicians have worked for years in the industry. If there is a way to salvage data stored on your device, our specialists will find it for sure.
Our company uses various tools and methods to fix Synology NAS devices, from microscopic soldering techniques, component piece replacement (e.g. – platter head), and customized data recovery software.
The list of Synology NAS devices that we can recover includes, but is not limited to:
Most data recovery platforms online offer poor-quality software. They ignore the fact that each unsuccessful attempt at data recovery causes damage to the drive. Avoid attempting data recovery until you are secure in the method that you use.
Additionally, our advantage is that we follow the tightest security protocols in place. This way, we ensure your personal data stays encrypted. We also work on a closed, protected storage network while conducting full background checks for all staff.
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Emergency Recovery Services for Synology Products
If you require urgent assistance with data recovery, we offer comprehensive technical assessment and emergency services to meet your needs. We endeavor to keep our customers in the loop throughout their journey toward successful recovery, explaining complex concepts in terms that are easy for everyone to understand.
Our aim is for each customer feels like an integral part of the process rather than feeling excluded from it. Once all is said and done, our skilled experts will provide a thorough backup plan so that severe data loss never has to be feared again!
Call our customer service today to speak directly to a data recovery specialist and recover your Synology NAS device successfully.
Frequently Asked Questions
Synology NAS Data Recovery refers to the process of recovering lost or damaged data stored on a Synology Network Attached Storage (NAS) device.
To start a Synology Data Recovery process, contact PITS Global Data Recovery Services customer support and provide details about your NAS device and data loss situation.
Synology NAS Data Recovery may be needed in cases of hardware failure, accidental deletion, virus attacks, or system crashes that result in data loss.
It is recommended to seek professional assistance for complex data loss situations to ensure a higher success rate of recovery.
The cost of Synology NAS Data Recovery may be affected by factors such as the extent of data loss, the complexity of the recovery process, and the capacity of the Synology NAS device.
The duration of Synology NAS Data Recovery may vary depending on the complexity of the data loss situation, but it can range from a few days to several weeks.
Yes, professional Synology NAS Data Recovery service providers take measures to ensure the security and privacy of customer data during the recovery process, such as using secure data transfer methods and adhering to strict confidentiality policies.