DriveSavers, a Novato, Calif.-based provider of data recovery, e-discovery, and digital forensic solutions, is providing free data recovery services to Texas residents who have lost data as a result of Hurricane Harvey. The company is donating time, resources, and years of expertise to retrieve data from water-damaged hard drives, smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other data storage devices.
Because exposure to water and air cause corrosion on electronic circuitry, customers must contact DriveSavers and ship their device no later than September 15, 2017. There is a limit of one device per business or household. Customers needing additional recoveries, and those with multi-disk devices such as RAID, NAS, and SAN devices, are eligible for a 50 percent discount off the regular service fees.
Those who require data recovery should call DriveSavers immediately at 800-440-1904 or visit www.drivesaversdatarecovery.com.
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