NAS Data Recovery

Risk-free, efficient, secure, and safe NAS Data Recovery solutions at your service!

What if your NAS Storage Device gets exposed to destructive agents? Rely on our NAS data recovery services and ensure 100% data retrieval!

NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices are utilized by small businesses and corporations to provide the centralized storage location for the data which be assessed on the network. Though they are built for reliability and durability, these devices are prone to damage in case users ignore them or are exposed to damaging means like power surges and fires. At Data Care Zone, you get the assistance of one of the best NAS data recovery experts in the market.

Our professionals are available to assist you and provide you with accelerated emergency service round-the-clock. We have the mandatory expertise and skills that are needed for Data Recovery from all types of NAS Storage Systems in the event of any damage or crash caused by external factors.

Data Care Zone is familiar with the architecture of various SAN/NAS storage brands which include 

  • Hitachi
  • EMC2
  • HP NAS
  • Snap Server
  • Netapps
  • Storevault
  • FortuNAS
  • Synology
  • D-link
  • Intel
  • QNAP
  • Lenovo
  • Western Digital
  • Seagate
  • Free NAS
  • Drobo

What are the NAS Storage Data recovery price and time at Data Care Zone?

After the complete evaluation of your Hard Drive, our skilled engineers can offer you the full analysis and the turnaround estimate as well as the proper price quote. The well-equipped NAS Storage Data recovery engineers at Data Care Zone utilize the latest technology including a massive library of the Hard Drive elements, proprietary software for data recovery, and firmware repair tools. Our Company efficiently recovers data from most of the Hard Disks in only a matter of days, besides the 24×7 services, also offering even quicker turnaround times for the critical data loss disasters.

We offer Data Recovery from all types of NAS Storage Systems when the failure is caused due to

  • Failed RAID Rebuilding
  • Power Surge in Power Connector
  • Deleted Snapshots or VMware
  • Failed hard disk drive(s) in the array
  • Snapshot Management Errors
  • Meta-Data Corruption
  • Overheating (due to server room inadequate cooling)
  • Data Management Errors