21 October 2021 by Ontrack Team

This is the third article in Ontrack’s Data Recovery 101 training series, a collection of blog posts designed to help identify device failures and data loss scenarios that may need professional data recovery service.

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14 October 2021 by Ontrack Team

This is the second article in Ontrack’s Data Recovery 101 training series, a collection of blog posts designed to help identify device failures and data loss scenarios that may need professional data recovery service.

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04 October 2021 by Ontrack Team

While it’s always better to err on the side of caution when it comes to keeping up with your Apple device; the truth of the matter is accidents happen, some more unforeseen than others. Ontrack’s data recovery engineers have extensive experience recovering lost data from any situation regarding Apple’s ecosystem of products including all generations of iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macs and MacBooks.

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24 September 2021 by Ontrack Team

When it comes to data, a single slip of the finger while running a command is all it takes for critical information to go missing from your hard drive. Fortunately, Ontrack performs hard drive recovery from any make, model, brand, or operating system…much to the relief of one of our most recent clients.

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23 September 2021 by Ontrack Team

This article is the first in Ontrack’s Data Recovery 101 training series, a collection of blog posts designed to help identify device failures and data loss scenarios that may need professional data recovery service.

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01 July 2021 by Tilly Holland

Choosing what hard drive to buy can become confusing due to the variety on offer. This blog aims to help you make an informed choice.

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12 November 2020 by Tilly Holland

The number of ransomware attacks is continuing to grow. The team at Ontrack has had numerous successes recovering data that has been lost due to ransomware. This blog highlights some of those successes.

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11 November 2020 by Tilly Holland

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08 November 2020 by Tilly Holland

The growth of big data is exponential and its value to organisations is at an all-time high. Recently, our President, Philip Bridge was asked for his thoughts on the future of the data centre by Networks Europe. This blog summarises his main thoughts.

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02 November 2020 by Tilly Holland

Ensuring that sensitive business data is kept safe when you're relocating an office is vital, yet it can often be forgotten in the chaos of a move.

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26 October 2020 by Tilly Holland

Ransomware has been on the rise for a number of years, but more recently the COVID-19 pandemic has seen a surge in attacks. With the US Treasury announcing two new advisories to help prevent ransom payments being paid to sanctioned organisations, it has never been more important to put measures in place to protect yourself from ransomware.

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21 October 2020 by Aurore Alifanti

Read how Ontrack saved a professional photographer's photos after his hard drive was dropped resulting in a hard drive head crash.

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19 October 2020 by Tilly Holland

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16 October 2020 by Tilly Holland

In the first two parts we showed why it is necessary to erase your personal information on mobile devices. In this last part in this series, we want to give further advice on what to watch out for when you want to sell or dispose your outdated mobile device.

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14 October 2020 by Tilly Holland

In the first part of this article, we highlighted how much information we store on our smartphones and the dangers of unrestricted access. We also mentioned that the only way to protect our sensitive information when we recycle a smartphone is to securely erase the data before we give it away.

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12 October 2020 by Tilly Holland

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05 October 2020 by Tilly Holland

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30 September 2020 by Tilly Holland

Data is crucial to an organisation's success. But the more information an organisation manages, the more risk it carries. An organisation may hoard corporate data assuming that it's better to keep it for litigation purposes or that it's cheaper and easier to store it than destroy it. More than often, this is not the case. Most corporate data outlives its use quickly. Only a few industries need to retain data indefinitely. Once data is no longer deemed valuable, it becomes a liability, one that could expose an organisation to extreme risks.

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22 September 2020 by Tilly Holland

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17 September 2020 by Tilly Holland

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