Data Recovery in Sydney

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Data recovery is a delicate process that requires expert knowledge and high-tech equipment. Data Detect, which has branches in all the major cities in Australia, including Sydney, has specialist engineers and unique proprietary data recovery software and tools, which allow us to restore damaged and deleted files from a range of media and manufacturers.

For example, we can recover sensitive business data from damaged servers and RAID levels, and corrupted software, as well as from personal laptops, USBs, and external hard drives; we even offer forensic data recovery services.

You don’t have to worry about trusting us with your company’s information, as we pledge 100% confidentiality.

You also benefit from our excellent customer service, which starts with free collection. You call us and we collect your malfunctioning hard drive, take it back to our Sydney lab, assess the damage, and provide you with an obligation-free quote, so that you can decide if the cost of our data recovery services is worth it.

To help you make up your mind, you should consider that we have a success rate of over 90%, which is backed up by our no recovery, no payment policy; you don’t pay us a cent if we fail to recover your data only if parts are not required. Our service comes full circle, as we drop off your successful recovery free of charge.

Once you’ve chosen our services, our specialists devise programs that use either data recovery software to recover deleted files, or use our class 100 clean room to restore data and repair damage to sensitive and complicated hard drive components (RAID) and operating systems such as Apple OS, Linux or Windows.

Contact us as soon as your hard disk drive (HDD), or RAID starts to give you problems and our data recovery experts in Sydney will be able to prevent irreparable damage and ensure that you get back all of your valuable files in the shortest time possible.

Contact our Sydney branch

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