• Austerity: Productivity and Data Risk October 9, 2015

    With the global economic downturn still affecting most companies, it is necessary to find ways in which money can be saved. In many cases this has been at the expense of hardware and IT upgrades, with many staff now working on computers which are several years old. Failures or problems which cause your computer to slow down, increases with age thereby increasing the risk to the stored data.
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  • Disaster Recovery Plan Testing September 18, 2015

    The last few years has seen companies take disaster recovery planning seriously, but many are failing to adequately undertake regular tests, to ensure that it is fit for purpose. Without adequate regular testing any failings or shortcomings of the plan will only become apparent when a system failure or disaster occurs, at which point it is too late, which may even impact the chances of a successful data recovery. Read more

  • Free 1TB USB Drive Offer September 7, 2015

    The DiskEng hard drive giveaway, September 2015, means you can now store more data, for free. With every data recovery, you can store more data. Terms and conditions apply. Read more

  • DIY Data Recovery Losing Critical Data September 3, 2015

    It is natural that we should attempt to avoid spending unnecessary money, but despite the many warnings and blog articles detailing how a DIY data recovery has gone wrong, there are many people willing to give it try. There are many articles and videos on the internet providing details of quick fixes that have resolved a problem, seducing people into giving them a try without thinking through the consequences of the damage it may cause if they fail. The value and importance of the data stored on the device should always be considered. We always recommend sending the storage device for professional data recovery, rather than making what may be ill fated attempt at DIY data recovery. Read more

  • Hard Disk Drive Future Looks Bright July 10, 2015

    With the introduction of SSD’s of increasing capacity are also much faster than hard disk drives, many people have prematurely declared the future to be bleak for the humble hard disk drive. In the last few days however, two scientific papers have been released proposing methods by which the capacity and eventually the speed of hard disk drives can be significantly increased.
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