Data Recovery Services to Restore Deleted Files
Accidental file deletion has serious consequences when computer users do not have an up-to-date backup. Each year, businesses spend millions of dollars restoring unintentionally deleted files and rebuilding lost information.
By working directly with your data, we can fully restore deleted files without risking accidental overwrites.
Computer users often delete files unintentionally when following company file management protocols or when attempting to free up space on overloaded storage systems. While some older computers have an undelete command, most modern operating systems have no such feature. When personal computer users or businesses lose data due to accidental file deletion, they need fast assistance from a professional data recovery provider.
Secure Data Recovery Services offers an effective way to restore deleted files from hard drives, flash media, RAID arrays, solid-state drives and other data storage devices. With years of experience and state-of-the-art file recovery utilities, we provide reliable results with excellent security controls.
Benefits of Secure Data Recovery Services include:
- Online Case Status Tools
- Frequent Case Updates
- Multiple Service Turnaround Options
- Flexible Return Media Options
- Industry-Leading Data Recovery Success Rates
- Free, No-Risk Media Evaluations
In addition to our deleted file recovery services, we offer electronic discovery, computer forensics, media conversion and other data services.
To set up a free media diagnosis, contact our customer service team today. Secure Data Recovery Services offers file restoration for Mac OS, Windows, Unix, Linux, Solaris and all other operating systems.
Improving the Chances of a Successful Data Recovery
When most computer operating systems delete a file, they mark the space that file occupies as open. Computers rarely overwrite your files immediately; instead, they use the open space the next time that they need to write data. Data recovery engineers can usually restore deleted files unless those files are thoroughly overwritten with secure deletion software.
However, overwrites present serious challenges for data recovery engineers. Because computers read and write data constantly during normal operation, you should immediately turn your computer off if you accidentally delete a file from your hard drive to avoid problematic overwrites. If you accidentally delete files from a flash drive or other removable device, unplug the device from your computer and store it in a safe location.
Never attempt to run data recovery software on deleted files, as this can overwrite your data or cause serious data corruption. To improve your chances of a successful recovery, leave your device powered off until you can speak with a qualified data recovery professional.
Secure Data Recovery Services' engineers can recover most data in a matter of days by using specialized file utilities to restore the link between the deleted files and the computer operating system. Our specialists can then treat corruption and file overwrites to present you with a full, working copy of your data. We create a complete clone of your media before using our proprietary data recovery tools in order to preserve the original condition of your device, and if we need to perform physical media repairs, our engineers work in a Certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom to prevent harmful media contamination.
Because of our excellent media controls and state-of-the-art technology, Secure Data Recovery Services provides high success rates for deleted files. We offer 24/7/365 services for fast turnaround times in emergency situations. Contact our customer service team for more information or to schedule free media diagnostics.
Finding a Secure Way to Restore Deleted Files
In order to keep your deleted files safe from unauthorized access, you should look for a data recovery provider that uses appropriate security practices. Secure Data Recovery Services was the first provider to earn a SSAE 18 Type II Certification, and we always follow strict protocols to protect our clients' privacy.
Our certifications include:
- PCI Security Certification
- SAS 70 Certification
- SSAE 18 Type II Certification
- General Services Administration (GSA) Contractor Certification
- Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Member
- Green Business Certification
As a GSA contractor, we can restore deleted files for government and military institutions. We offer proof of all of our security certifications online and provide our audit and attestation reports on request.
Free Diagnostics for Deleted File Data Recovery
Our engineers can provide a free media diagnostic report within 24 hours of receiving your hard drive, flash drive or other storage device. We will determine the extent of overwritten data and provide a turnaround estimate, cost of recovery, and when possible, a list of recoverable files. We will only start work on your case after receiving approval for the associated costs and turnaround time.
Secure Data Recovery Services is one of the only data recovery providers with completely risk-free media evaluations. To schedule free media diagnostics for deleted files, contact Secure Data Recovery Services today.