From our last blog on Data Recovery , we listed the 3 D in data Recovery. Today we will go forward to explain the first phase .
Phase 1: Drive Restoration Phase 2: Disk Imaging, Phase 3: Data Retrieval
Phase 1: Drive Restoration
This phase deals with drives that are not responding, and drives that appear functional and can be imaged, but produce useless data. The solution is to diagnose the drive for damage and make repairs as necessary. We have a tool which can identify damage using diagnostics, reporting, and specialized utilities. If the drive has damage, it should be fixed before moving on.
There are three main types of damage:
Physical/mechanical damage: Failed heads and other physical problems are often repaired by replacing the damaged hardware with a donor part. PC-3000 can help to identify mechanical problems.
Electronic problems: Failed printed circuit boards (PCBs) are replaced with donor PCBs, and the contents of failed PCB read-only memory (ROM) are copied to the donor using PC-3000. If required the drive may also need to be recalibrated to work with a new PCB using PC-3000.
Firmware failure: Firmware failures are diagnosed and fixed at the drive level . A repaired drive should be diagnosed again, in case the repairs uncover further problems that couldn’t be identified before. This phase is complete when a drive is functional and able to communicate with a computer’s basic input/output system (BIOS).
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Let’s look at the 3Ds in data recovery.
The three “Ds” in data recovery (DR) correspond to the three phases that experts recommend for true, deep recovery of all possible files on a client’s drive. This professional approach pairs industry-leading thinking with cutting edge technology to drive dramatically improved recovery rates. Most data recovery firms have a handful of tools and techniques that roughly correspond to the three phases below, but we address the needs of all three with cutting edge technology. The result: more power; more control; more data.
Phase 1: Drive Restoration
Phase 2: Disk Imaging
Phase 3: Data Retrieval
Let me not bore you now with the explanations of these phases today . I will do that in my next blog.
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M-commerce (Mobile commerce) is the use of wireless handheld devices such as cellular phones and laptops to conduct commercial transactions online. Mobile commerce transactions continues to grow, and the term includes the purchase and sale of a wide range of goods and services, online banking etc . I know one bank in Nigeria that proved to a large extent that they have the capacity to adapt to this revolution . They have G in their name , not to mention.
Facebook has made it CRYSTAL CLEAR that the mobile marketing niche is the way forward through their acquisition of Whatsapp for $19Billion!
Jumia , konga, Dell dey etc that just began in Nigeria few years ago has raked vast amount of cash that has been hidden in people’s pockets for years.
A majority of people, and businesses in Nigeria , are still NOT fully aware of the sheer vastness of the entire mobile market and the opportunities it presents.
The speed of change and level of innovation in Mobile is mind-boggling.
The rise and rise of a mobile world means endless opportunities to transact in a private and secure way. We are no longer confound to our homes, our laptops or local retail outlets and can now do everything previously limited to a PC environment via our Mobile device – and in fact we can do much more. The world is embracing this in record numbers, and no more so than Nigeria.
Our Road Blocks
But it hasn’t always been this way. Emerging markets like Nigeria continue to face road blocks and hurdles when it comes to the explosive growth of m-commerce. Issues such as a lack of awareness on what’s available and how to transact using your mobile device is top of the order. Education is going to be key to ensure consumers continue to jump on board and feel comfortable with any mobile transaction.poor availability of light ,
Increasing concerns about security and risk is also high on the list; And even more so than with Internet-based e-commerce, ordinary users worry about the safety and reliability of conducting business over a wireless connection.
Another challenge is developing applications for multiple networks and a wide range of devices. Whilst there are limited major Web browsers for PCs, in the world of mobile phones there are multiple operating systems with multiple browsers, so the same application can look completely different on different screens. Without standardization, developing m-commerce applications can be prohibitively expensive.
And last but certainly not least is the lack of high speed connections. Access to high-speed networks is important to providing “rich” applications. The dedicated 4G networks that will deliver higher speeds for mobile connections are on the way but have not yet arrived across all of Nigeria.We have providers like Spectranet, Swift network etc but have they realy proved what they claimed to be ? let me leave the answer for you
Any Business that is not on the web is losing valuable opportunities that should not be ignored.