AES San Francisco 2008
Education Event W4
Thursday, October 2, 5:00 pm — 6:45 pm
W4 - How to Avoid Critical Data Loss After Catastrophic System Failure
, DriveSavers, Inc. Abstract:
Natural disaster, drive failure, human error, and cyber-related crime or corruption can threaten business continuity and a studio’s long-term survival if their data storage devices are compromised. Back up systems and disaster recovery plans can help the studio survive a system crash, but precautionary measures should also be taken to prevent catastrophic data loss should back-up measures fail or be incomplete.
A senior data recovery engineer will review the most common causes of drive failure, demonstrate the consequences of improper diagnosis and mishandling of the device, and provide appropriate action steps you can take for each type of data loss. Learn how to avoid further media damage or permanent data loss after the crash and optimize the chance for a complete data recovery.
Many of the sessions not mentioned here will be of
interest to students, depending on their specialization and
progress. Especially all Tutorials,
Master Classes, the
Live Sound Seminars, and many of the
Workshops have much to offer.