Our Data Recovery Process
We start with either an in person consultation in our branch or completion of an online form. You’ll provide us with the details of your device failure, including a list of your most important files and folders and exactly what happened when your storage media failed.
We’ll be in touch promptly with directions on how to ship or drop off your drive safely. Then we’ll contact you via email with a fair price quote. At this point, you make the decision of whether or not to go ahead with the data recovery. Many of our customers are surprised when they realize how affordable our prices are, especially when you consider alternate options.
It’s important to think about the value of your missing data. Are these irreplaceable family photos? Mission critical accounting files for your business? Do you have backups and, if you do, how recent are they? All of these factors go into making the decision to choose professional data recovery, rather than taking your chances with do-it-yourself recovery.
It’s important to note, if your drive requires physical repair and recovery, we have the tools and clean room environment required for safe hard drive repair with less risk of permanently losing data.
Still have questions on our process? Review this page for more in depth covereage.
Don’t take Chances with your Data
As data storage methods become more advanced, employing hybrid technology and encryption to protect sensitive data, the field of data recovery has evolved to become extremely complex. Drives have gotten larger, storing of data on one small device. In summer of 2015, even a new category of media storage was invented, accessing more data at lightening speeds. All this development means that when a drive fails, there’s a lot at stake, a lot of important data that could be lost forever.
Only a handful of data recovery firms maintain the tools and expertise to successfully recover lost data from encrypted drives, complex RAID arrays and controllers, virtual machines, solid state drives, flash memory and more, including hybrid drives and conventional hard disk drives, which remain a leading choice for affordable data storage.
Browse our process page to learn more about our data recovery techniques for a variety of storage devices. Or begin your data recovery right away, so you can retrieve your recovered data even faster and continue with the business of life.