In business since 1985, data recovery company continues to serve as the industry leader
(NOVATO, Calif. Sept. 29, 2015) –DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensic services, today celebrates 30 years of rescuing data from physically damaged, mechanically failed, virus-infected storage devices and corrupt data files.
In the 30 years DriveSavers has been in business, the company has earned a reputation as the most trusted and secure provider of data recovery services in the industry. With more than 90 employees, DriveSavers offers worldwide service for a diverse range of customers including Fortune 500 companies, small to medium-sized businesses and home users. DriveSavers supports a range of devices from high-end multi-disk servers to consumer-level hard drives, camera cards, smartphones and tablets. The company has achieved the highest levels of data security and compliance—all verified through independent, third-party organizations.
Computer and storage manufacturers have worked closely with DriveSavers to provide technical and engineering assistance and recommend DriveSavers to customers. The company dominates the data recovery industry with its focus on developing new techniques to retrieve data from ever-evolving storage devices. Through these associations and more than 500,000 successful recoveries, DriveSavers has secured authorization to open sealed, in-warranty hard drive mechanisms in its Certified ISO Class 5 Cleanroom—a virtually dust-free environment.
“A few characteristics in particular have worked to ensure the longevity of DriveSavers,” said DriveSavers President Scott Moyer. “The brilliance of our engineers, for example, and their ability to always stay ahead of the curve as new technology is developed and released. We have been the first to recover many different types of storage devices, including the iPhone and the helium-filled drive. We also pride ourselves on our award-winning customer service. DriveSavers will continue to lead the industry, and do so with grace and empathy, for many more decades to come.”
Many celebrities and Hollywood production companies often work with DriveSavers to rescue anything from scripts to special effects. An online visit to the company’s Hall Of Fame displays personally autographed photos of celebrities DriveSavers has helped, including The Rolling Stones, Bruce Willis and Harrison Ford, among dozens of others.
“DriveSavers literally saved the script for ‘Who Shot Mr. Burns,’ from oblivion,” said Bill Oakley, producer of The Simpsons. “I call them Life Savers, but some candy company lawyers sent me a letter saying I had to stop.”
As the most trusted data recovery company, DriveSavers is focused on exemplary customer service, providing 24/7 service and support directly from its Novato, California office. The award-winning DriveSavers has a 96 percent customer satisfaction rating and is a three-time winner of the Diamond Certified Award, as well as the Storage Visionary Award. Most recently, the team was named one of 2015’s Best Places to Work by the North Bay Business Journal.
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About DriveSavers Data Recovery
DriveSavers, the worldwide leader in data recovery, eDiscovery and digital forensics, provides the fastest, most reliable and only certified secure data recovery and eDiscovery service in the industry. All of the company’s services meet security protocols for financial, legal, corporate and healthcare industries and it is the only company that posts proof of its annual SOC 2 Type II audit and HIPAA data security and privacy compliance. DriveSavers adheres to U.S. Government security protocols, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) Data Security Rule, the Data-at-Rest mandate (DAR) and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). DriveSavers engineers are trained and certified in all leading encryption and forensic technologies and operate a Certified ISO Class 5 Cleanroom. Customers include Bank of America, Google, Lucasfilm, NASA, Harvard University, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, U.S. Army and Sandia National Laboratories.