DTI Data Recovery Services Review
Imagine working on a special project or writing a document halfway when the monitor displays a blue screen. Imagine your computer not being able to detect the drive after restart. Both events are only 2 of the many that could happen to a hard disk at any time of the day. Imagine losing your system and not knowing how to rectify the issue at hand.
Which is why data recovery is important for business continuity and disaster recovery strategy. Which is where good data recovery services like DTI Data come in.
DTI Data has been on the hard drive recovery scene since
2006 1998, with a list of notable and satisfied past clients which include :
- Ford Motor Company
- Campbell’s Soup
- United States Army
- United States Navy
- United States Air Force
- United States Marines
Currently, DTI Data has about 51 service areas scattered throughout the United States. Oh, and another surprising thing is that DTI Data’s expertise cover ANY hard drive repair imaginable. Whether if you are on a PC, Linux or Mac, DTI will save your data’s butt. DTI’s engineers are always involved with R&D to keep up to date with the most recent changes in hard drive technology. The R&D team usually develops new technology even prior to its appearance to the public eye.
Here are the 5 simple steps that a customer usually goes through.
- Get a quotation.
- Send out for recovery.
- Get it back.
Of course you will want to the price for the repairs. A smart person would want to compare the value of services offered by each competing company and a smart company would want to be as clear as possible about the value and price for the services offered. Both customer and company should be fully informed of the recovery process. DTI data’s online quote form is free and do not require any registration. For immediate assistance, there is always the 24 hourly available recovery hotline located at the bottom of the quote form.
They have partners all over the US, which is quite convenient for customers to send in their hard drives. All service centres can be found here. However, there is also another option for sending out the drives for recovery, which is by mail. Just bubble wrap the hardware, print and fill up the order request form and send it to the address at the top of the form.
DTI Data’s engineers will then take a look at the drive once it arrives. If the damage is irreparable, you pay nuts. They will send it back to you. DTI’s policy is ‘flat rate pricing and a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all your data recovery, free up till the moment your data is recovered’. Cool, isn’t it?
Once the green light is given, the engineers will work on recovering the lost data. Normal turn around time is between 2 to 5 days from the time the drive is received. DTI also owns a class 100 clean room for data recovery. A clean room is actually an environment, typically used in manufacturing or scientific research, that has a low level of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles and chemical vapors.
Upon completion, recovered data is then sent back to the customer. That’s it.
There is even an interesting data recovery blog that keeps readers informed of the types of data recovery solutions and tips related to data recovery. Do check out the testimonials of previous customers and read what they say. You can even contact them through their website to further evaluate the experience that they had with DTI Data.