Spotted in the lab. This one needed a bit of specific pre-recovery work.
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.
Extreme weather conditions can be tough on our digital devices and data and with an above-average summer storm season predicted by the NOAA it’s a good reminder of the preparation and precautions you can take to protect business from climate threats and data disasters.
An Earth Day throwback with some lost shots from CBL’s recovery for an ocean expedition
French investigators reported Monday that crucial data had been recovered and downloaded off airplane black boxes from an Air France jet that went down in the Atlantic two years ago. How the data was retrieved out of the black boxes is not only interesting but a great example of how data is resilient, something that CBL Data Recovery sees first-hand in recovery and forensics projects.
Mud and water was not enough to prevent CBL from recovering engineering schematics for a town in Venezuela. After the jump, watch video of CEO Bill Margeson telling the story of this data recovery adventure.
As residents of the Greater Houston Area begin the cleanup after Hurricane Ike’s devastation, consumers and business owners alike who discover storm- and water-damaged computers in their homes and offices should follow this advice.
If you have family or friends in the Houston area, let them know they can...