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Digital Media Data Recovery

Digital Media Data Recovery

Flash cards, USB drives, and other digital media provide easy, fast storage, but any device can fail. This section provides tips for using flash media safely, along with information that will help you find a capable data recovery provider.

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Security Considerations for Wearable Technology

Wearable technology continues to be hot trend among consumers, with 20% of Americans owning at least one device. It’s part of the Internet of Things (IoT) explosion, which is expected to include 50 billion connected devices by 2020. While a

Are Computer Peripherals Open to Attack?

Are Computer Peripherals Open to Attack?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an interconnected system of devices with the ability to transfer data over a network without the need for human-to-human (or even human-to-computer) interaction. For example, IoT could be a heart monitor implanted in a

Myth Vs. Reality

Debunking Myths of Data Recovery

When you see, hear, or smell the signs of hard drive failure, one common response is to turn to the Internet for common do-it-yourself data recovery solutions. Undoubtedly, the Internet can offer some very effective strategies. This very website-connecting you

5 Biggest Mistakes in Data Recovery and How to Avoid Them

Hard drive crashes never happen at convenient times. Crashes notoriously occur during those last-minute, late-night preparation sessions for an important meeting or presentation. Panic sets in and people feel an urge to fix the problem themselves. Do-it-yourself (DIY) retrieval of

Camera SD Flash

How Spontaneous Data Loss Occurs on Camera Flash Cards

Sudden camera card failures can have serious implications. You might lose irreplaceable photographs in a matter of seconds, and while problems like data corruption are relatively rare on modern flash media, thousands of photographers experience sudden camera card failures every year.

Flash media

5 Common Causes of Data Loss on Flash Media

Computer users often assume that flash drives are more dependable than hard drives. If you use flash media, you should regularly back up your devices and make sure that you understand potential sources of damage. By caring for your device, you can greatly extend its operating life.

Broken USB Drive

Tips for Recovering Data from a Physically Broken USB Drive

Flash USB drives provide an easy way to transfer data between computers, but they can physically break due to poor construction or when a user applies to much pressure to the drive chassis. We receive hundreds of flash drives every year, and physical media damage is by far the most common failure scenario associated with these devices.

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