People who find us through a Google search when they need emergency data recovery services might think our company is all about technology. It's true we use the latest data recovery techniques, and we're constantly doing research & development to develop better and faster data recovery processes for today's newest devices, including: - USB Flash drives - SSD drives - iPads - Android tablets - Virtual servers and more. But we're not all about technology.
Posted on: 9/06/2011
Posted on: 9/02/2011
You get to your computer impatient to get started on the first item on agenda. So much to do, an important deadline, and you have to close shop early for your kids' soccer game at three. Your fingers tap your desk as you wait for your computer to boot up. Most of the time, you love what you do as a small business owner. And to be honest, your mind is revving with ideas this morning. But you want to get started already. Then that pop-up box appears: “Important updates available now.” The cursor hovers between your choices: “Perform updates now” and “Remind me later.” You click “remind me later,” dismissing the concept with a wave of your hand, and open MS Office to get started on business as usual. Out-of-Date Software Can Lead to Attacks
Posted on: 8/31/2011
If you just suffered hard drive failure, you might be searching the Web (perhaps on someone else's computer or on your smart phone) looking for a data recovery service that can help you. You might be unfamiliar with the data recovery process, and you're not even sure what to look for in a data recovery firm. We can help. 1. Success rate - Obviously, you want to work with a firm that has the best chance of getting your data back. 24 Hour Data has the highest success rate when it comes to recovering lost data from RAID servers, hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD), USB flash drives, memory cards and more. If a company doesn't publish its success rate or won't give you a straight answer, be very skeptical.
Posted on: 8/29/2011
High school and college students facing catastrophic data loss the day before a big assignment is due may panic. Almost everyone has been there at least once. You've just spent hours, maybe even all night, working on a paper. You hit save. And the computer freezes. The drive begins making clicking noises, then it starts grinding. Now you're looking at the “blue screen of death.” This really can't be happening. But it is. And it does.
Posted on: 8/24/2011
When you lose important data from a hard drive, USB flash drive, RAID server, Mac device or any other piece of storage media, you have a lot to think about: - Finding a data recovery company (if you've made it to this site, we hope you'll start the data recovery process with us!) - Shipping your hard drive or storage media - Considering the price quote and determining if it's fair - Managing the effects of the data loss on your company or your family, doing your best to do “business as usual” Free Price Quote and Storage Media Included
Posted on: 8/22/2011
Apple manufactures the bestselling laptops in the U.S. with the MacBook line. Mac users tend to be brand evangelists, but they have reason to be. A Mac laptop may cost a little bit more than its PC counterpart, but users say it's better because of the: - Enhanced security ... Macs are simply less prone to viruses and hacks than PCs - Processing capabilities, power and interface for tasks like photo and video editing - More intuitive interface - Style, design and image Macs and Security Today, many of the things that made Macs great are also available on PCs. But Macs remain more secure in regard to their vulnerability to hacker attacks and viruses. Or do they?
Posted on: 8/19/2011
Are you in need of emergency data recovery services? At 24 Hour Data, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to call on us to recover your important home or business data. That's why we offer you a free 250 GB external hard drive where we store your recovered data. We ship the drive, along with your old hard drive or other storage media, back to you via FedEx ground and even cover shipping costs. (If you want your data back even faster, we'll simply bill you for the price difference for overnight shipping.)
Posted on: 8/15/2011
If you need more space on your computer, you may want to upgrade your internal hard drive. This isn't a complicated process, but you need to know some of the basics of computer hardware. Follow these three easy steps to upgrade your hard drive. Remember, any time you make a significant change on your computer, there's a risk of catastrophic data loss requiring hard drive data recovery. Keep the number for 24 Hour Data handy so you can start the data recovery process immediately if something goes wrong when you install your new internal HDD. Steps to Installing a New Hard Drive
Posted on: 8/12/2011
Posted on: 8/10/2011
Have you considered professional data recovery services for your lost data but you're not sure where to start? Are you ready to ship your hard drive or flash drive to 24 Hour Data for a free diagnostic, but you're afraid it won't arrive safely? Don't worry! Lost data is stressful enough. These easy-to-follow instructions will help you package your hard disk drive, flash memory card or USB drive quickly and easily, so you know it will arrive to the 24 Hour Data diagnostic lab safely. Once we receive your storage media, we'll offer a free diagnostic within about two hours. Pack up your hard drive for shipping to our data recovery facility in three easy steps. - Call 24 Hour Data for your ground shipping FedEx label -- shipping costs are on us!