There are many factors responsible for this troublesome situation called, ‘Data Loss’. Let’s have a brief look at some of the common reasons behind it:
1) Accidental Data Loss:
We constantly keep updating, deleting or saving files, folders on our system. Some times, the important data got deleted accidentally but you know that if a file or folder is deleted then it maintains to be there stored in the recycle bin. The situation goes out of control when you get to know that the data is lost permanently.
A malware or virus attack is another common threat to a data loss situation which leads to severe damage to your precious data. A system often attacked from any external hard disc, CF cards, pen drive. So, if you want to protect your system from any virus attack, keep the anti-virus updated always.
3) Hard Drive Failure:
Most of your data loss happens due to a hardware failure which is the most common reason behind the damage to your data. Being the most fragile part of the system, mishandling by users, overheating, power surges and mechanical issues hamper the hard drive. It’s always a good practice to protect your device from dust.
4) Power Outage:
A sudden power failure can force to put on hold the operations of your system crucially. The worst scenario you probably face is inaccessibility to your important data. To avoid this complex situation, always use a backup battery or generator to protect the system to survive the Power Outage situation.