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If you are suggesting a commercial data recovery website, it should be suggested to the Products and Services sub-category. This category is only for sites that contain information about data recovery techniques and methods.
Simply, data recovery is the process of retrieving computer data that, for any number of reasons, has become inaccessible using normal methods. This category holds the articles, and forums that discuss or directly explain data recovery technology and methods.
Data storage service companies provide businesses with solutions for storing, moving and managing data.
Data storage service companies provide businesses with solutions for storing, moving and managing data.
Please only suggest informational sites about hard drive storage and sites for hard drive manufacturers to this category.

Sites that sell hard drives and other IT equipment do NOT go here. These should be suggested to the relevant category under Computers/Hardware/Retailers .

The mechanism that controls the positioning, reading, and writing of the hard disk. Although the hard disk drive (often shortened to "hard drive") and the hard disk are not the same thing, they are packaged as a unit and so either term is sometimes used to refer to the whole unit.
Choose ONE of the subcategories your site best fits. Your site cannot be listed in more than one.
This category pertains to the Computer hardware peripheral known as CD-ROMs and DVDs. It contains information not only about the drives, but also about the media used inside and about software used to read and/or write information on the media. Choose ONE of the subcategories your site best fits. Your site cannot be listed in more than one.
Storage retailers sell storage products directly to the end user. Products include hard drives, tape drives and optical products.
Examples of solid-state storage products include CompactFlash, SmartMedia and other flash memory devices, as well as solid-state hard drives.
Storage subsystems include network attached storage (NAS), storage area networks (SAN), RAID, tape libraries and optical jukeboxes.
The physical unit that holds, reads and writes magnetic tape.
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