09 March 2015 by Sam Wiltshire
06 March 2015 by Paul Le Messurier
03 March 2015 by Sam Wiltshire
As for the prospect of losing data from the solid state portion of the SSHD, this is thankfully unlikely as it's normally used as a cache or to store operating system and program files. If, however, you do need to recover information from a failed SSD module, this presents its own set of unique challenges such as proprietary methods of data organisation.
27 February 2015 by Jennifer Duits
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be one of our data recovery cleanroom engineers? I asked Steve Hruska, a Hardware R&D Engineer at Kroll Ontrack to take a day and document what he does. Here is a glimpse of what it is like to be a cleanroom engineer
24 February 2015 by Sam Wiltshire
13 February 2015 by Vertical Leap
09 February 2015 by Jennifer Duits
06 February 2015 by Mikey Anderson
If files and folders get deleted or if a device is formatted, Ontrack EasyRecovery software can be an alternative to an in-house data recovery service. This blog post has been created to answer some common questions about the software and provide advice for the installation, usage and licensing of the tool.
30 January 2015 by Daniel Mauerhofer
For those in the market for storage for their home or SMB, the discussion of the moment is deciding between local or cloud based storage. On both sides of the fence there are a wealth of options from several different brands but it's critical that decision makers get down to the core of how these solutions operate, their demands on other infrastructure, and how it will affect you or your staff as the end users.
16 January 2015 by Sam Wiltshire
We look at 3 permanent ways to destroy data on a device. Data erasure software, Degausser (magnetic deletion of data) and physical destruction.
12 January 2015 by Vertical Leap
But while many of us have heard of the black box and appreciate their importance, how much do we really know about this crucial piece of equipment? For a start, many of us are unaware of the fact that each black box has two elements or that they are not actually black at all but orange in colour to make them easier to spot in wreckage.
22 December 2014 by Milagros Gamero
11 December 2014 by Sam Wiltshire
09 December 2014 by Ben Lloyd
28 November 2014 by Sam Wiltshire
26 November 2014 by Vertical Leap
10 November 2014 by Vertical Leap
There have been over 18,000 requests by Britons to remove over 60,000 web links from Google since the ‘right to be forgotten’ was introduced in May this year and approximately 35% of these links have already been removed.
31 October 2014 by Linda Kass
24 October 2014 by Linda Kass
14 October 2014 by Linda Kass