Technology moves quickly. Data recovery moves quickly as well. Bernard Zink’s Alaskan adventure story from 2010 shows how advanced DriveSavers has always been when it comes to data recovery of flash memory devices, but it also shows how far we have come since then. Bernard’s Story In 2010, Bernard Zink, his wife and friends spent … Continue reading Video: An Alaskan Adventure
By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering Capacity Versus Performance Rapid advances in technology have catapulted the amount of data that can be stored by single devices to higher and higher levels. Hard disk drives (HDDs) lead the game against solid state drives (SSDs) when it comes to storage capacity; however, size is just one part … Continue reading Seagate Multi Actuator Technology: Data Recovery
U.S. leader in data recovery expands service to London (NOVATO, Calif. January 16, 2018)—DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic solutions, today announced it has opened a new drop-off location in the heart of London. There is a growing demand for data recovery solutions of solid state drives (SSD), smartphones, camera … Continue reading DriveSavers Data Recovery Opens First Location in Europe
Originally published by Storage Newsletter. With free data recovery, 50% discount for NAS and SAN DriveSavers Data Recovery, Inc., in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic solutions, announced free data recovery for residents of Southern California whose computers, phones, flash drives and camera cards were damaged in the ongoing wildfires. DriveSavers has a record of overcoming … Continue reading Storage Newsletter: DriveSavers to Aid Southern California Wildfire Victims
By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering The Northern California fires of this past October taught us some lessons about what type of damage we can expect to see when devices start coming in from the current Southern California fires. DriveSavers has historically had a lot of success recovering data from fire-damaged devices; however, many of … Continue reading Fire-damaged Devices: Recoverable or Not?