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[Micronet] Data recovery services

Jeremy Howard

Can anyone recommend an off-site data recovery service that they have had success with in the past?  Looking for one with a quick turnaround time as well as technical expertise. I may need to work with one soon to recover files from a six drive NAS. Thanks in advance.

 

Jeremy Howard

Computer Resource Specialist

DSP - Assisted Technology Lab

University of California, Berkeley

(510) 643-7591

 


 
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Re: [Micronet] Data recovery services

Ian Crew
http://drivesavers.com is the premier one.  I personally haven't heard of anyone better.  Of course, data recovery is a pretty hit-and-miss, last ditch effort to get data back, so some folks are lucky and drivesavers is able to get most stuff back, other folks aren't so lucky.

Here's hoping you're one of the lucky ones!

Cheers,

Ian

On Jul 25, 2012, at 9:47 AM, Jeremy Howard wrote:

Can anyone recommend an off-site data recovery service that they have had success with in the past?  Looking for one with a quick turnaround time as well as technical expertise. I may need to work with one soon to recover files from a six drive NAS. Thanks in advance.
 
Jeremy Howard
Computer Resource Specialist
DSP - Assisted Technology Lab
University of California, Berkeley
(510) 643-7591
 

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Re: [Micronet] Data recovery services

Charles Verboom
We have had occasion to use these types of services.

Kroll Ontrack was able to recover data when even Drivesavers was not able to.
http://www.krollontrack.com/

Charlie
Berkeley Lab

On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 10:29 AM, Ian Crew <[hidden email]> wrote:
http://drivesavers.com is the premier one.  I personally haven't heard of anyone better.  Of course, data recovery is a pretty hit-and-miss, last ditch effort to get data back, so some folks are lucky and drivesavers is able to get most stuff back, other folks aren't so lucky.

Here's hoping you're one of the lucky ones!

Cheers,

Ian

On Jul 25, 2012, at 9:47 AM, Jeremy Howard wrote:

Can anyone recommend an off-site data recovery service that they have had success with in the past?  Looking for one with a quick turnaround time as well as technical expertise. I may need to work with one soon to recover files from a six drive NAS. Thanks in advance.
 
Jeremy Howard
Computer Resource Specialist
DSP - Assisted Technology Lab
University of California, Berkeley
<a href="tel:%28510%29%20643-7591" value="+15106437591" target="_blank">(510) 643-7591
 

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Re: [Micronet] Data recovery services

Baril
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Drive Savers - 415-382-8000

--roy

On 7/25/2012 9:47 AM, Jeremy Howard wrote:

Can anyone recommend an off-site data recovery service that they have had success with in the past?  Looking for one with a quick turnaround time as well as technical expertise. I may need to work with one soon to recover files from a six drive NAS. Thanks in advance.

 

Jeremy Howard

Computer Resource Specialist

DSP - Assisted Technology Lab

University of California, Berkeley

(510) 643-7591

 



 
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Re: [Micronet] Data recovery services

Joe McLain
FYI, if you call them you can use discount code DS70130 for better pricing. That's what they were distributing at the IT Expo at UCSB last May.

Joe.

Roy A. Baril said the following on 7/25/2012 11:43 AM:
Drive Savers - 415-382-8000

--roy

On 7/25/2012 9:47 AM, Jeremy Howard wrote:

Can anyone recommend an off-site data recovery service that they have had success with in the past?  Looking for one with a quick turnaround time as well as technical expertise. I may need to work with one soon to recover files from a six drive NAS. Thanks in advance.

 

Jeremy Howard

Computer Resource Specialist

DSP - Assisted Technology Lab

University of California, Berkeley

(510) 643-7591

 



 
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