We are living in a digital world, all our information are now digital, our photos are small icons inside some folder, our Documents are PDFs and Docs here and there, our baby might finish his first year without taking a single film photo.
To keep a photo safe in the 80s, you'll place it in a neat album and hide this album in a cabinet, you'll keep you documents in your elegant Samsonite briefcase and "encrypt" it with a PIN, to make sure nobody will be able to read a note you made, you'll spend the afternoon shredding it into smaller and smaller pieces, so that no one can "recover" it.
Well, everything is now digital as I said, and this course will guide step by step to mange your data the right way.
This course is for everybody, literally anybody, if you can see this message, you can, and you will benefit from this course, if you want to:
If these points are important to you, or at lease one of it, then you've came to right course, go ahead, get the course and let's start this journey together.
Find out the reasons why make this course important to you
Understand the deletion process, why recovery is possible, and when it become impossible
Definition of data loss, and percentage of its main causes
Basic comparison between Solid State Drive and Hard Disk Drive in terms of speed, cost, performance and many other criteria
Discover the similarities and differences in recovery between Solid State Drive and Hard Disk Drive, learn more about TRIM, the technology that means no recovery
How does your drive try warn you that it's not in a good health? What sign should you pick up to understand that your drive is dying?
Failure type effects the recovery strategy, learn more about different types of drive failure
Check you drive health, be one step ahead
Find what what you should do if your drive status turned to be risky
This lecture shows the testing environment which we prepared for recovery experiments
Recover your data, images, videos, audio and office files using this free software
The most primitive way to back up anything, COPY & PASTE
Learn how to keep your data synced between two folders, keeping your data duplicated is very effective way to keep your data safe
Learn how to make a clone of your entire disk, or specific partitions, externally useful for large amounts of data
Use windows built-in back-up tools to create system image, or customized back-up of your data
Hazem Salam, PMP, ITIL
I’m a computer engineer. I have four years of experience in technical and project management fields, two years experience in Technical sales/Presales field. I worked in Networking, Wireless Point to Point/Multi-point connections, Home Automation, CCTV systems and IT administration. In addition to all, I was a university lecturer for three years.
I am a computer engineer, I had my first computer 18 years ago, since then i have spent most of my time in front of a PC. I have started my career as an IT Engineer in 2012, later on I was promoted to an IT Manager, during this period i have managed and implemented multiple network projects including systems and infrastructure, recently i have been working on some software development projects as well.