Do-it-Yourself or Recovery Lab Options

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Data recovery software or service?

A recent article on the Today Show’s website explained some of the options for recovering data from a dead or erased hard drives. Some of the article was a bit tongue-in-cheek, but it did provide some good information. Our own DIY recovery software, Data Rescue 3 for Mac, was mentioned in the article.

While only the Mac® version was mentioned, our parent company, Prosoft Engineering, has also developed a Windows® version. Both programs are award-winning recovery software, with features to go far beyond many other programs. For example, both the Windows® and Mac® versions ship with an emergency boot disk that allows the user to recover files from a computer that won’t boot into the native operating system.

One important feature that our software includes is excellent support via phone, email and website. Our technicians are available for assistance in both the installation and use of our program.

There are times, however, that a file recovery program won’t work. In fact, running a program on a physically damaged drive can actually cause more harm than good. In those cases, turn to The Data Rescue Center, our data recovery service, for efficient and safe hard disk data recovery.

Our recovery engineers are qualified and trained in the latest techniques. Our Class 100/ISO 5 cleanroom protects your drive from further physical damage. For extremely sensitive, crucial data recovery, we can also provide a Class 10 environment.

If you have any questions on what you need for computer or server recovery, give us a call today.

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Jennifer is the Marketing Manager for Prosoft Engineering, Inc. and The Data Rescue Center (Award-Winning Data Recovery Service). She handles both Prosoft and The Data Rescue Center's marketing, advertising as well as all social media channels. Jennifer also handles all media relations and product reviews for our award-winning products. Jennifer began working in high tech in 1996 at UMAX Computers when the first Mac clones were released. Since that time she has worked for Integrated Micro Solutions, BMC Software, WildPackets, T-Mobile and has been with Prosoft since 2004.