PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides cost-effective QNAP data recovery services for businesses and individuals.
In order to keep a QNAP NAS device safe from physical harm during the recovery process, we recover devices in a Certified ISO Classroom. Working in a cleanroom, we make sure that no dust particles or other external environmental factors will damage the drive. It helps us to recover deleted or lost files from even the most complicated data loss scenarios.
A QNAP storage system is comfortable to use because of its ability to support different RAID configurations and stable internet connections. Still, even these reliable storage devices can fail sometimes. Luckily, our data repair experts have years of experience repairing and recovering data from all QNAP models. With us, you can recover your important data and QNAP firmware from any data loss scenario.
The list of QNAP NAS models that they recently recovered recently includes:
All storage systems are susceptible to critical data loss and failure. This is why having a reliable data recovery service by your side is important to avoid complete data loss.
About QNAP NAS Devices
Network-attached storage (NAS) devices help multiple computers (home or business) to link them all to a centralized storage unit. This centralization ensures that all data from each unit is going to one system.
In addition, this streamlined storage unit has Wi-Fi connectivity, so it can also function as a private cloud data storage server. This means that you can access the data remotely even when you are out of the office.
QNAP (Quality Network Appliance Provider) is a worldwide manufacturer which provides NAS and SAN storage systems. The QNAP NAS drives are considered to be reliable because of their backup systems and remote replication utilities.
Besides, QNAP NAS devices are one of the most secure and reliable storage devices available on the global market. They provide fault tolerance in multiple layers through their disk redundancy and RAID support.
QNAP NAS devices can include up to 30 drives, which is why one drive failure can lead to complete data loss. Fortunately, most of these devices have a spare drive for emergency cases. The disk drive is automatically engaged when any hard drive fails. That way, if one or more drives fail, the whole QNAP system will survive, preventing catastrophic data loss until a certain threshold.
Thus, we always recommend our customers update their operating systems, regularly perform QNAP drive maintenance, and change passwords periodically. If you do so, your QNAP device will provide a highly secure and reliable storage system.
Note: after the data recovery case is complete, we provide our customers with a full individual backup plan to make sure they never experience data loss again.
QNAP NAS Combined With RAID
QNAP NAS devices also allow you to rearrange their drive bays into different RAID configurations. Combining a NAS device with a RAID array has become very popular recently. The reason for it is that this combination better balances fault tolerance and the device’s performance. This way, many people opt for RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, or 50 configurations, depending on their needs, budget, and other personal preference.
Most commonly, home networks and businesses opt for a QNAP device with RAID 5 configuration. It can handle single disk failure. It means that you don’t have to shut down your NAS device to perform data recovery, while without this option, we would recommend you to shut down the NAS before contacting the data recovery service.
With the RAID 5 configuration, our engineer will recover your device while the server is still running. This feature is especially convenient for SMEs that cannot afford to be offline for a long time during the working day.
Also, we do not recommend you rearrange the disks and try to recover media on your own. An improper arrangement can cause RAID logical volume failure.
Causes of QNAP NAS Failures
As with all devices, there are several ways from which even a strong QNAP device can malfunction. One of them includes water damage, so try to keep your QNAP NAS away from liquid spills and cramped areas for overheating.
Also, you should use surge protectors on your outlets. This will ensure that power surges and outages don’t interrupt your QNAP NAS device at the wrong time, causing an OS error and corrupted logical volume. Also, data loss can happen because of wear and tear on your device. Unfortunately, all devices experience wear and tear, and it is simply unavoidable.
Another data loss scenario can happen from the wrong QNAP RAID configuration or incorrect regular maintenance. These situations increase the chance of QNAP NAS failure.
Benefits of our QNAP Data Recovery Services
Our data recovery specialists use proprietary technology for recoveries. Also, our engineers regularly attend qualification courses on all RAID configurations within a QNAP, including RAID 5, 6, and 10. That way, they constantly develop their skills to be able to recover data from all NAS models.
Our data recovery service is available 24/7 to help you get your lost or accidentally deleted files back. Holding different internationally recognized certifications, we provide reliable QNAP data recovery services for years. We follow all required protocols, including security, so you can rest assured that your data will remain confidential with us.
Other advantages of our services include:
- An overall 99% data recovery success rate
- Money-Back Guarantee
- Free evaluation
- Using the latest tools and data recovery software
- About 50 locations all over the United States
- ISO Certified, DUNS Verified, and BBB Accredited Business
- 100% Customer Satisfaction
- Responsive Customer Service That Will Keep You Updated About the Case
We provide free evaluation and emergency QNAP data rescue services for those whose data recovery case is time-sensitive. We realize how confusing this situation can make you feel, and we are ready to help you anytime. If you experience a failure with your QNAP NAS device, fill in the request form or call us right away to start your case.