Server Recovery and Network Storage Recovery
Loss of server data is enormously damaging for companies and organizations. Long downtime to rescue the data on servers can result in losses ranging from several million yen to more than tens of millions of yen in direct damages alone.
AOS Legal Technologies recovers critical data quickly after the failure of various servers and network-compatible hard disk drives (Network Attached Storage, NAS).
Whether due to various accidental troubles, virus infections, natural disasters, or human errors such as the accidental deletion of data, AOS Legal Technologies quickly recovers a wide variety of data and minimizes the damage to your business.
Server Recovery Service
Server recovery service quickly recovers important data as necessary due to various kinds of server and/or network storage (NAS) troubles.
As a pioneer in the data recovery service field in Japan, AOS Legal Technologies has extensive experience in server/NAS data recovery. We have established and trustworthy technology and a track record of successfully recovering valuable data for many corporate, government, and research institution customers.
Through strong relationships with many PC manufacturers and hard disk manufacturers such as NEC and BUFFALO, AOS Legal Technologies is able to provide its recovery service making use of the latest technical information from those partners.
UNIX (Linux/Solaris and others) Recovery Service
AOS Legal Technologies recovers the data of Unix system such as Solaris, Linux, and BSD with industry-leading technology.
We support a wide range of storage configurations such as the RAID NAS server storage of BUFFALO, IO-DATA, Logitec, etc.
■ Supported OS
Solaris（ 2.5.1 / 2.6 / 7 / 8 / 9 and others）
Linux（RedHat Linux, Turbo Linux, Vine Linux, and others）
Others such as BSD, HP-UX
■ Supported file system
ext2, ext3, ReiserFS, XFS, UFS and others
Server Recovery Solutions
Servers and NAS with critical data are entrusted to AOS Legal Technologies according to a very thorough and completely safe protocol.
– Operation conducted in a dedicated clean room
– Damage to the original disk prevented by cloning