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Nature: 11 ways to avert a data-storage disaster

Illustration above by The Project Twins Originally published by Nature International Journal of Science. By Jeffrey M. Perkel Hard-drive failures are inevitable, but data loss doesn’t have to be. Tracy Teal was a graduate student when she executed what should have been a routine command in her Unix terminal: rm −rf…

Bulletproof Your Backups

By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering Backing up your hard drive is one of those tasks that rates somewhere between flossing your teeth and checking the air in your tires, it’s a necessity that can cause great regret if not done regularly. Backing up is the first rule of thumb…

Enterprise Storage Forum: DriveSavers: Product Overview and Insight

Originally published by Enterprise Storage Forum. By Drew Robb, DriveSavers partners with many drive OEMs on data recovery. It has developed advanced techniques such as chip-off recoveries for flash devices and is skilled at recovering enterprise RAID arrays. Bottom Line: DriveSavers partners with many drive OEMs on data recovery. Making a…

Chicago Tribune: Down to Business: If your phone or tablet takes a dive or a swim, these guys might be able to save it

The Chicago Tribune's local affiliate Naperville Sun wrote a great article about one of our partners, Ubreakifix.  Business: Ubreakifix Address: 118 S. Webster St., Naperville Phone/website: 331-472-4292; www.ubreakifix.com Manager: Erik Nigro. Years in business: Eight in Naperville. What does your business do? “We repair pretty much anything with a power button, as the…

TechRepublic: Top 5 data recovery tips

Originally published by Tom Merritt of TechRepublic Losing data can be a scary experience. Tom Merritt offers five helpful tips for creating a data recovery plan. Hard drives die—it happens all the time—but what can you do? You can try to recover that data. Or better yet: Plan ahead so you…

Best Backup Solutions

By Mike Cobb, Director of Engineering If you’re familiar with DriveSavers, you know that we always preach that you should be backing up your data. If you’ve ever been a customer of DriveSavers, you understand from first-hand experience why you should be backing up your data. Data loss can occur…

Fire-Damaged Devices: Recoverable or Not?

Fires of the past have taught us some lessons about what type of damage we can expect to see during the fire season. DriveSavers has historically had a lot of success recovering data from fire-damaged devices; however, many of the drives we received are not recoverable. We have learned the…

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