NAS/SAN Data Recovery

Can’t access your data? Techchef offers NAS (Network Attached Storage) and SAN (Storage Area Network)

data recovery for all manufacturers, operating systems and configurations.

Your data is our priority.

Home Data Recovery NAS/SAN Data Recovery

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NAS (Network Attached Storage) is shared storage on a network infrastructure and it is directly attached to network. It provides file access services to computer system and act like a storage element. NAS is used to access and store different type of data over a network and contains one or more hard disks.

SAN (Storage Area Network) is used to handle large data transfers and bulk storage of data. It is a local network of multiple devices that operate on disk blocks. 

We have vast knowledge of all kind of storage and can successfully recover data from any model NAS/SAN storage. Regardless of the make of your NAS/SAN storage: Iomega, Buffalo Station, Western Digital, LaCie, Seagate, D-Link, Netgear, when you need data recovery our data recovery experts are available to help you. We also offer expedited emergency service 24/7.

We ensure transparency of information in recovery processes. We strictly adhere to the INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM guidelines. Throughout recovery, TECHCHEF preserves the integrity of your information and prevents more damage to the device.

NAS / SAN  Data Recovery Services is available for:

  • Any make, model or brand
  • Any storage box from oldest to newest
  • Any data loss scenario-from simple to complex

Reasons for Data Loss

  • Human Error
  • Power Failure
  • Single or Multiple Disk failure
  • Overheating
  • Issue with controllers
  • Mechanical Faults
  • Natural Catastrophes


  • Fastest Turnaround Time
  • Professional Data Recovery Services from any make or model
  • Experienced Engineering Teams
  • Risk-Free Analysis with Fixed Price Quotes
  • Advanced Technology and a Certified Cleanroom
  • Affordable Pricing and Flexible Service Options

Data Recovery Process

Media Pickup

Media Analysis

Data Recovery

Data Verification


Data Delivery

Frequently Asked Questions

There are many factors that determine the estimate for data recovery. Severity of damage, hard disk capacity & type, man-hours required or use of any specific spare are some of factors considered to share the estimate. Therefore costs vary from case to case. We will provide an accurate price quote after evaluating your media.

A cleanroom environment is a controlled environment which is free from dust and any other contaminants. It is temperature, pressure and humidity controlled environment. Recovery cases which requires opening of damaged media must be treated in Cleanroom. HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filters) filters are used in cleanroom to filter out the dust particles. Techchef is using high-quality cleanroom room environment which allows to treat the crash hard drives with maximum chance of recovery.

We take your privacy seriously and security is our top priority. Techchef follows strict IT security protocols and is audited every year. We are an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 and ISO 9001:2015 certified company.

We encourage our customers to sign a Non Disclosure Agreement. We’ll gladly sign it and e-mail back before getting to work. If you don’t have an NDA handy, you can use our NDA template.

We keep a backup of your data for 7 days on protected servers to guard against shipping issues and other unexpected events. After 7 days, our engineers securely wipe this data beyond recovery.

Yes, at Techchef Data Recovery we offer a no recovery, no fee policy. If we cannot recover your data, you will not pay. Before billing you, we will verify that your recovery by asking you to approve a detailed list of recovered files. You can also receive directory listing of recovered data or remotely view your files on request. We only charge after successfully retrieving our clients' data.

Our average turn around time is 1-2 days for logical crashed media and 10-12 days for physically crashed media. TAT for RAID servers may vary depending upon its configuration.

The cost of recovering data is not determined by the amount of data, but by what is involved in recovering the data.