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Data Recovery in Karachi

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We provide professional data recovery services in Karachi. Specialist in hard drive data recovery, flash recovery and any type of storage media.






Karachi (Sindhi: ڪراچي, Urdu: کراچی‎, Karāčī, pronounced [kəˈrɑːˌtʃi] ( listen)) is the largest and most populous metropolitan city of Pakistan and its main seaport andfinancial centre, as well as the capital of Sindh province. The city has an estimated population of 23.5 million people as of 2011, and a density of nearly 6,000 people per square kilometre (15,500 per square mile).[6] Karachi is the 3rd-largest city in the world by population within city limits,[7] the 11th largest urban agglomeration in the world and the largest city in the Muslim world.[8] It is Pakistan’s centre of banking, industry, economic activity and trade and is home to Pakistan’s largest corporations, including those involved in textiles, shipping, automotive industryentertainmentthe arts, fashion, advertising, publishingsoftware development and medical research. The city is a hub of higher education in South Asia and the Muslim world.[9]

Karachi is ranked as a beta world city.[10][11] It was the capital of Pakistan untilIslamabad was constructed as a capital in order to spread development evenly across the country and to prevent it from being concentrated in Karachi.[12] Karachi is the location of the Port of Karachi and Port Bin Qasim, two of the region’s largest and busiest ports. After the independence of Pakistan, the city population increased dramatically when hundreds of thousands of Muhajirs from India and other parts ofSouth Asia came to settle in Karachi.[13]

The city is located in the south of the country, along the coastline meeting theArabian Sea. It is spread over 3,527 km2 (1,362 sq mi) in area.[14][15] It is known as the “City of Lights” (روشنیوںکا شہر)[16][17] and “The Bride of the Cities” (عروس البلاد) for its liveliness, and the “City of the Quaid” (شہرِ قائد), having been the birth and burial place of Quaid-e-Azam, the Great Leader, (Muhammad Ali Jinnah), the founder of Pakistan, who made the city his home after Pakistan’s independence from theBritish Raj on 14 August 1947.


Data management tips

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I’ve been asked by several people which of the tips are my favorites. So this next series of blog posts will focus on that. Each of these tips is reproduced verbatim from the book.

Tip # 38 – “Train” senior management

Perhaps the greatest fear among AMS managers is the thought of their senior management actually changing records in the database. Fear not. I’m not suggesting that you train senior management to process data in your database. What I am saying is that senior management should be taught what is in the database, and what the database is capable of doing. Put together a “training session” for senior management (including the CEO) that will outline what is in the database, how it is managed, who is responsible for managing it, and how the data are used. You will be amazed at the kinds of discussions that will occur in the room as a result of this simple exercise.