Data Recovery Company WeRecoverData.com Offers 35% Discount
With initial jobless claims at a 25 year high, WeRecoverData.com Data Recovery Labs, a data recovery services with headquarters in New York, announced a 35 percent discount for customers who have recently lost their jobs and need their resumes for job hunting and/or financial information to prepare their taxes.
March 11th, 2009
New York – With initial jobless claims at a 25 year high, WeRecoverData.com Data Recovery Labs, a data recovery service with headquarters in New York, announced a 35 percent discount for customers who have recently lost their jobs and need their resumes for job hunting and/or financial information to prepare their taxes.
WeRecoverData.com is one of the only data recovery service companies of its kind to maintain its own research and development lab and recently announced the world’s first optical disk recovery system, code name ODRS. WeRecoverData.com’s success rate for data extraction is higher than any other service of its kind.
“A lot of people keep sensitive personal materials like resumes, digital portfolios and tax returns on optical discs, hard drives and other storage devices,” said Dyan Parker, Chief Performance Officer of WeRecoverData.com. “Storage devices get corrupted easily, making it nearly impossible for any person or a computer technician to access the data. WeRecoverData.com is enacting its own economic stimulus package so people that need to access their data can spend cost-effectively.”
With so much of the workforce caught off-guard by layoffs, some workers may not have accessed resume and employment information in years. Over time, data storage units might suffer corruption and data may become inaccessible. User errors can also lead to data loss. WeRecoverData.com’s professional staff can access information that customers need but can’t get to.
WeRecoverData.com starts every recovery case with a free diagnostic to determine the potential for recovery and to provide a firm price-quote for the customer’s review. Then, the lab will test components and determine the internal health of the storage device to determine whether the data is accessible. If data is considered inaccessible by current company proprietary methods, the research and development team works to find a new way to access the data. If data is still inaccessible, WeRecoverData.com does not charge the customer for the work performed.
WeRecoverData.com’s research and development lab employs technical specialists to perform reverse engineering on data storage units that have no known method for extracting corrupted data or have data that is inaccessible by typical means.
References: Storage Newsletter