Throwback to this pair of fire-burned drives spotted in the lab whose not-so hot fate was pretty easily determined early into the recovery project.

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CBL Pictures: Easy to See Not-So Hot Fate for Not-So Burnt Hard Drives

Spotted in the lab not too long ago we’re still finding innovative data loss solutions for Macs new & old.

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CBL Pictures: Old Mac, Old OS, New Recovered Data!
Data With a Drip

Sep 23, 01:55 pm

Data With a Drip

Spotted in the lab. This one needed a bit of specific pre-recovery work.

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Keeping Business Going When Extreme Weather Threatens Data

Aug 9, 03:29 pm

Keeping Business Going When Extreme Weather Threatens Data

The NOAA prediction of an above-normal Atlantic storm season seems to be staying on course but while extreme weather can be bad for digital devices it doesn’t have to mean a bad day for data. Forecasts are a good reminder of the precautions and prevention tips you can take to protect data and keep business going in the event of tough climate threats.

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CBL Pictures: Too Much

Jul 20, 04:08 pm

CBL Pictures: Too Much

A look at a severely fire-damaged server spotted in the lab. Disasters don’t have to mean data loss but fires definitely make recovery much more difficult.

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

May 30, 05:01 pm

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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Behind the Big Data: Revealing Our Galaxy's Black Hole

May 18, 12:19 pm

Behind the Big Data: Revealing Our Galaxy's Black Hole

Astronomers from the Event Horizon Telescope project revealed the first-ever image of the black hole that sits at the center of our galaxy known as Sagittarius A*. It was produced using observation data collected from the network of telescopes situated around the globe. How much data must you compute to get an image of an object that’s 27,000 light-years away, is 4 millions times more massive than our Sun, from a network of telescopes that make a dish the size of the Earth?

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