Outlook for Severe Summer Season a Reminder to be Prepared - Data Recovery Solutions for Wild Weather

The NOAA recently updated its outlook for annual bouts of bad weather to “above-normal” and that is a reminder to be prepared in a season that is far from over. Here’s some scenarios and data safety tips for wild weather.

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Outlook for Severe Summer Season a Reminder to be Prepared - Data Recovery Solutions for Wild Weather

Stranger Data – the Stranger Things We See in the Lab for Recovery

26 July 2019

Stranger Data – the Stranger Things We See in the Lab for Recovery

At CBL we’ve seen odd hard drives, and some stranger things, too.

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Apollo Moon-Landing Tapes Expected to Fetch Over a Million in Auction

16 July 2019

Apollo Moon-Landing Tapes Expected to Fetch Over a Million in Auction

Three reels of moon-Landing tapes that were bought by an intern 43 years ago for a couple hundred dollars could fetch $1 million at an auction this week.

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Raptor Made out of Hard Drive Parts - Lab Catches NBA Finals Fever

10 June 2019

Raptor Made out of Hard Drive Parts - Lab Catches NBA Finals Fever

Raptors fever in the lab: techs put heads together to make this. Wishing Toronto’s team good luck!

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Throwback: A Data Recovery That Had Everything From Russian Hackers to Ransomware

23 May 2019

Throwback: A Data Recovery That Had Everything From Russian Hackers to Ransomware

Russian hackers? Ransomware before it was a thing? This recovery had everything.

Read this throwback newspaper story

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Black Hole: It Takes Big Data to See The Big Picture

11 April 2019

Black Hole: It Takes Big Data to See The Big Picture

The first-ever image of a black hole was revealed to the world by an international team of researchers from the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project in a culmination of years of work, astronomy and computer science feats. How much data must you compute to get an image of something that’s 55 million light-years away, has a mass 6.5 billion times that of our own sun, from a network of 8 telescopes that combine to make a dish the size of the Earth?

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