Data Recovery Portsmouth

DiskEng the UK recognised data recovery service provider, offer a comprehensive range of data recovery services across the whole of the UK from our laboratory facilities located in the Oxford Science Park in Oxford.

Our services include, the provision of guaranteed data recovery, RAID recovery and disk recovery solutions for businesses, institutes and government agencies based in and around the Portsmouth area including Fareham, Cosham, Havant, Waterlooville, Gosport, Hayling Island, Westbourne, West Wittering, Lee-on-the-Solent, Emsworth, Harndean, Hambledon, Portchester and others.

Portsmouth is a port city on the south coast of England in the county of Hampshire. Portsmouth (Population 2014: 209,085) is located mainly on Portsea Island, making it the only island city in the United Kingdom. Habitation in the area dates at least to Roman times when they constructed a fort at nearby Portchester called Portus Adurni. Despite Portsmouth not being mentioned in the Domesday book, it is referenced in an Anglo-Saxom chronicle from 501. During the 8th and 9th centuries the south coast of England was vulnerable to attack from Danish Viking invasion fleets. It is known that Portsmouth was assaulted and conquered by Danish pirates in 787 and the area plundered in 838 by a Danish fleet. In 1001 the Danes pillaged Hampshire, razing towns to the ground, including Portsmouth. Although the Danes were massacred the following year, they attacked many more times until the Norman Conquest in 1066.

Portsmouth Data Recovery UK

In the 13th century King John’s desire to invade Normandy resulted in the first permanent naval base being constructed, with the docks being built from 1212 onwards. Not only was Portsmouth a base for the naval fleet to attack European powers, by the 14th century it had become an important commercial port importing goods such as, large quantities of French wine as well as wool, grain, wheat, woad, wax and iron. The French fleet destroyed much of the town when it attacked in 1338, before the Black Death killed many inhabitants 10 years later. The French saw Portsmouth’s growth as a threat, sacking the town three more times before the end of the century. In the 1418 the building of first permanent fortifications commenced and were completed eight years later. The worlds first, and oldest existing, dry dock was then built, producing the first warship in 1497. Since then Portsmouth has been synonymous with the British fleet, home to many famous ships and captains, such as the Mary Rose, Captain Cook’s HMS Endeavour and Captain Bligh’s HMS Bounty.

The Portsmouth Naval Dockyard employs approximately a tenth of the city’s workforce, with many other defence related industries located closeby, currently constructing two aircraft carriers. IT and financial institutions have bases in the city. Retail parks also form a large part of the economy, several on redeveloped dockyards. Tourism also forms a significant part of the economy, with many ferries using the port. The data recovery requirements for Portsmouth cover a wide range of storage devices, from desktop, server, laptop and external hard disk drives right through to high-end enterprise level RAID solutions, such as SAN and NAS arrays. Whatever the capacity of your storage solution and the problem you have encountered, DiskEng have the data recovery solution to suit your requirements. Recent comments by customers requiring data recovery in Portsmouth are below.

Testimonials

  • Fire Damaged Computers Portsmouth August 1, 2016 “Thanks for the hard work in recovering some extremely important files from the three computers which were damaged in an office fire, subsquently drenched in putting it out. Didn’t know about keeping the disks wet, an invaluable bit of advice. Thanks again for everything.” Alan Waterfield, Portsmouth Three wet and visibly fire damaged HP desktop midi tower ... Read more

Portsmouth Data Recovery

Require data recovery at work or the home in the Portsmouth or Hampshire area? DiskEng are ready to take your call now. You can talk to a data recovery engineer who can give you guidance about our recovery processes and your best options and your data recovery requirements.

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