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Technically Speaking of Spring Cleaning

  By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering Spring is here and it’s time to add technology to your list of seasonal cleaning chores. Here’s your Tech Spring Cleaning list. Back Up We always recommend triple redundancy, meaning that the same important data is located in three places—one working copy and two backups. Prepare at least … Continue reading Technically Speaking of Spring Cleaning

Drobo Partners With DriveSavers to Offer Free Data Recovery Service Plans

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SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Drobo, the maker of award-winning storage solutions for businesses, professionals and consumers, and DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery services, today announced an exclusive agreement that offers new Drobo customers a free DriveSavers Data Recovery Service Plan. Drobo customers that register a new device now have access to a free 90-day … Continue reading Drobo Partners With DriveSavers to Offer Free Data Recovery Service Plans

Data Recovery Engineer—Novato, CA

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About the Company DriveSavers is the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic services. In as little as 24 hours, DriveSavers rescues lost data from damaged, failed or crashed storage devices. For over 30 years, as an established, industry-leading company, our proprietary technology and custom solutions have allowed us to achieve the highest … Continue reading Data Recovery Engineer—Novato, CA

RAID Spring Cleaning Tips

By Joseph Flores, Lead Enterprise Engineer April is officially Spring Cleaning Month. Take some time to pay a little attention to your servers with some important maintenance. How many of these suggestions do YOU already follow? Is there anything you’ve missed? Back Up (obviously) We always recommend triple redundancy, meaning that the same important data … Continue reading RAID Spring Cleaning Tips

Digital Forensic Process—Introduction

By Rene Novoa, Senior Manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics More and more aspects of our daily lives are being monitored, tracked and recorded by electronic devices. Today, computers, smartphones and tablets can be found in almost every home and have already become obvious sources of electronically stored information (ESI) useful in both criminal and … Continue reading Digital Forensic Process—Introduction