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Top 10 DIY Data Recovery Fails

For anyone looking for a do-it-yourself (DIY) project, the internet has a wealth of knowledge, even for DIY data recovery. Whether you want to bake a dinosaur cake or fix the kitchen sink, you can find step-by-step instructions for just about anything and DIY data recovery is no different. However what is different, is the risk you take when attempting to recover data without consulting a professional first. Unlike baking a cake or …Read More

Kroll Ontrack offers data recovery discount for storage devices affected by flooding.

With ex-tropical cyclone Debbie causing historic flooding and property damage in Queensland and Northern NSW, Kroll Ontrack is offering FREE diagnosis and a 30% discount on data recovery fees for all single desktop, laptop, SSD and external hard drives affected by flood waters. Kroll Ontrack has been helping victims of natural disasters recover their important and sentimental data for 30 years. This offer runs through June 2017. While many possessions …Read More

History of Data Management

It is easy in the data storage and data management world and say that it is constantly changing and new technology is being developed every day. Looking back at the history of data storage and data management I discovered that some of today’s “new” technologies had been around (or conceptually around) for a lot longer than I had thought. What has really changed is how we manage data. The following …Read More

Advantages and risks of Software Defined Storages (SDS)

In recent years, companies have had to contend with a large increase in data volumes and this trend will continue in the years to come. With each approaching year, more and more data is collected and stored.  According to a study conducted by EMC, our digital universe is growing 40 per cent a year into the next decade.  Just think about how much data you collect and store today versus five years …Read More

One iPad’s Trip

One of our customers accidentally dropped his iPad from a train, in a remote woodland area. Amazingly, they were able to locate the iPad, but it was severely damaged and all the data was lost. Our data recovery engineer reviewed the device to evaluate the damage and if a data recovery was possible. He found: The digitiser was destroyed, so the iPad did not respond to touch The second layer comprised of the LCD (which …Read More