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The preferred data recovery service provider for PPA members for nearly a decade
ATLANTA, GA – IMAGING USA 2013 BOOTH #1953 – January 18, 2013 – DriveSavers Data Recovery, the worldwide leader in data recovery services, began recovering data from flash memory cards over 18 years ago when SmartMedia cards were first introduced with the launch of consumer digital cameras. Since then, digital photography has taken the world by storm. With digital photography and flash memory used more commonly, potential problems concerning data loss have evolved for professional photographers. As a recognized Affinity Partner with Professional Photographers of America (PPA), DriveSavers has helped recover over 145 million digital images for PPA members.
“A career could be on the line if data loss happens to a professional photographer,” said Chris Bross, strategic technical alliance manager for DriveSavers. “Every photographer should know how to properly handle flash memory cards to prevent potential loss of precious and valuable photographs. If an unfortunate circumstance happens and digital images are lost, DriveSavers can help any photographer rescue their data.”
“In the event that digital photos and/or other critical data are lost, we recommend using DriveSavers Data Recovery to perform the recovery,” said Kristen Hartman, director of member value and experience. “Having a professional data recovery service that is customer centric, technically advanced and quick to respond is extremely helpful to our PPA members. DriveSavers meets that criteria and has been the data recovery safety net for our membership for many years.”
When it comes to data loss, the company has helped photographers overcome the impossible including the successfully recovery of more than 750 images from a camera that was submerged in 60 feet of frigid Alaskan waters for three days. DriveSavers recovers data from all removable media, hard drives and flash memory cards. Successful file recoveries include digital images, accounting records, client information, contacts, calendars and customer mailing lists. Photographers, musicians, game developers, web/graphic designers and major film and audio studios such as Dreamworks, Lucasfilms, NBC and Universal Studios have turned to DriveSavers for data recovery.
Through the PPA partnership, members receive a discount on DriveSavers data recovery services. Additionally, if the data is unrecoverable, members will not be charged an attempt fee for DriveSavers Standard and Economy Services. (For network and multiple drives, there is a minimum discounted attempt charge.) Information about data recovery discounts can be found on the PPA Benefits section for members only.
DriveSavers was the first company to successfully perform digital camera data recovery and is recommended by all digital camera manufacturers to perform data recovery on their digital media products. To learn more about DriveSavers Data Recovery services for digital cameras and our special programs for digital arts, please visit: http://drivesaversdatarecovery.com/devices-supported/digital-cameras/. For information about the Professional Photographers of America, please visit www.ppa.com.
About DriveSavers Data Recovery
DriveSavers Data Recovery, the worldwide leader in data recovery, provides the fastest, most reliable and only certified secure data recovery service in the industry. All of the company’s services meet security protocols for financial, legal, corporate and healthcare industries and it is the only company that posts proof of its annual SSAE 16 SOC 2 Type II audit report and HIPAA data security and privacy compliance. DriveSavers Data Recovery adheres to U.S. Government security protocols, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Data Security Rule (GLBA), the Data at Rest mandate (DAR) and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). DriveSavers Data Recovery engineers are trained and certified in all leading encryption and forensic technologies and operate a Certified ISO Class 5 Cleanroom. Satisfied customers include: Bank of America, Google, Lucasfilm, NASA, Harvard University, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, US Army and Sandia National Laboratories.