Category Archives: Blog

Category Archives: Blog

Shopping For Data Recovery? Here’s What You Should Know

By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering Odds are, at some point in your life, you will find yourself in the uncomfortable position of suffering a serious and unexpected data loss. A traditional hard drive, which is an electromechanical device, will eventually break down over time all on its own. Before this has a chance to … Continue reading Shopping For Data Recovery? Here’s What You Should Know

DriveSavers Recovers Critical Data in Custody Case

There can be a lot more at stake than pictures, music and funny text messages when your smartphone stops working. Sometimes, it’s serious family matters that hang in the balance. Such was the case with Amy, a single mom who sent DriveSavers a severely damaged iPhone that held data to be used as part of … Continue reading DriveSavers Recovers Critical Data in Custody Case

Digital Forensics Process—Identification

By Rene Novoa, Senior Manager of eDiscovery and Digital Forensics This article is part of a series that delves into each step of the digital forensic process. If you missed the introduction to the series, which provides a synopsis of the process as a whole, you can click here. Identification is an extremely important first … Continue reading Digital Forensics Process—Identification

Spring Cleaning for Your Smartphone

By Will DeLisi, NAND Flash Recovery Specialist It’s the last week of April, worldwide Spring Cleaning Month. We can’t let the month go by without some maintenance tips for that powerful device we all use almost every hour of every day: our smartphones. Back Up, Back Up, Back Up! Back up your data by making copies … Continue reading Spring Cleaning for Your Smartphone

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