SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MACWORLD 2011 (BOOTH #509) – January 27, 2010 – The highly anticipated Apple® iPad® 2 is soon to be released, and DriveSavers® Data Recovery is ready to provide data recovery services for all Apple iPads, and any other tablet computer, should a user unexpectedly experience a data loss. Tablets are typically based on either Apple iOS, Google® Honeycomb® Android®, HP webOS.2 or Microsoft Windows® 7 operating systems and use NAND Flash-based solid-state technology to store valuable user data. Flash-based storage uses less power, runs silently and is more resistant to shock than common hard drives, but like any storage device, may still experience data loss or failure. DriveSavers has more expertise, technology and capabilities to successfully recover data from Flash memory-based solid-state devices than any other data recovery company.
Over 19 million iPads were sold in 2010 and Gartner Group anticipates that number will reach 55 million in 2011. According to Apple, the iPad is generating strong crossover interest from business customers. Around 80% of Fortune 100 companies have deployed the tablet for their employees. Deloitte forecasts in 2011 that more than 25 percent of all tablet computers will be bought by enterprises and that figure is likely to rise in 2012 and beyond. With this surge of tablets entering the enterprise market and becoming more mainstream with consumers, DriveSavers anticipates that more critical data will be stored on these devices, and lost – due to user error, physical damage, mismanagement and software or hardware failure.
“We are seeing critical data lost by both consumers and businesses using iPads and tablets,” said Scott Gaidano, President of DriveSavers. “Users are storing digital photos, videos, games, e-books, address book contacts, calendar entries, notes and music on these devices. One of the biggest concerns for tablet users is losing data before it has been synchronized. Our data recovery engineers have extensive experience performing data retrieval on Flash-based solid-state devices and have already successfully recovered data from iPads.”
Most recently, DriveSavers recovered an irreplaceable PowerPoint presentation for a CEO of a large financial institution. The CEO had created talking points for a presentation on his iPad, accidentally deleted it and lost the data. He was expected to give this presentation within a few days and needed the talking points to complete it over the weekend. Concerned about confidentiality and issues of data breach, the CEO contacted DriveSavers, not only for their recovery expertise on iPads, but also for their stringent data security protocols.
DriveSavers is the only data recovery company in the industry today that undergoes annual SOC 2 Type II audits, the Corporate Industry’s standard for an overall control structure. Every iPad and tablet data recovery process adheres to stringent data security protocols and is conducted in the safest data recovery environment available. High Security Service is also available for customers who require extra precautions.
To learn more about DriveSavers and our iPad data recovery services, please visit our website or call 800.440.1904.
About DriveSavers Data Recovery
DriveSavers Data Recovery is the worldwide leader in data recovery services and provides the fastest, most reliable and only certified SOC 2 Type II data recovery service available in the industry today. DriveSavers high security services adhere to U.S. Government security protocols to ensure that no data is ever compromised during data recovery. DriveSavers maintains the most technologically advanced Certified ISO Class 5 (Class 100) Cleanroom in the industry and is authorized to open drives by all major storage device manufacturers without voiding the warranty. DriveSavers engineers are certified, by leading encryption software vendors, to recover encrypted data from all storage devices and all operating systems. Satisfied customers include: Bank of America, Google, Lucasfilm, NASA, Harvard University, Salvation Army and The Rolling Stones. (http://drivesaversdatarecovery.com)