Data Recovery Services Company Publishes Post On How To Permanently Delete Data On Hard Drive

October 18, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Hard Drive Recovery Associates, a data recovery services firm based in Irvine, California, has announced that they have recently published a blog post that explains how to permanently delete data on a hard drive of Windows or Mac computers. The article is titled, “Here’s How You Can Permanently Delete Data From Your Hard Drive.” This is an important safety measure when the computer or hard drive is to be thrown away or to be sold to somebody else. It is necessary to permanently delete personal data from the hard drive to avoid the risk of other people getting hold of the personal data.

Jack Edwards, a representative for Hard Drive Recovery Associates, says, “We’re happy to inform everyone that we are continuing with our efforts to provide helpful content on our blog. This time, our article teaches you how to permanently delete data from your hard drive. Just remember to make sure that you already have another copy of the contents of the hard drive that are valuable to you. After going through the process, all of the data in the hard drive will be gone forever.”

It should be noted that in a previous release, the company had announced a blog post that focused on data recovery services. That is the service that Hard Drive Recovery Associates provides. They offer data recovery services for failed computer hard drives, external hard drives, flash drives, CD/DVD, iPod, iPhone, laptops, SSD drives, including RAID 5, 6 and 10 arrays, and more. They provide various kinds of data recovery service solutions but they don’t charge for a recovery diagnosis.

The company offers its services to various customers all over the US but they have been providing a specialized clean room data recovery services for Irvine, Santa Ana, and the neighboring Orange County areas since they started. For businesses, this means fast, free server pickup for RAID repair and recovery jobs. For regular consumers, this means a completely equipped and clean lab room that is strategically situated directly off of the I-5.

Hard Drive Recovery Associates focuses on three main kinds of hard disk recovery. These are the external drive and laptop recoveries, server and RAID data recovery solutions, and Mac data recovery.

The company needed to pay special attention to external and laptop hard drive recovery services because of the increase in demand. The portability of these devices had made them popular but this also meant that there would be a higher chance of hard drive failure for these devices. The company offers fast 24-hour laptop pickup and delivery service to help consumers return to their work as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, servers are primarily used by businesses. Server technologies are growing at a very rapid pace every year, particularly with the increasing popularity of cloud computing. Hard Drive Recovery Associates has the experience and the tools to provide data recovery services, whether it is a RAID 10 server or a Microsoft Exchange Server database issue.

With regards to Mac computers, the recovery of Mac hard drives has always been a key part of the services provided by Hard Drive Recovery Associates, even before the iPhone was conceptualized by Steve Jobs. Furthermore, as Apple Computer continues to develop new and innovative products, the company also strives to develop its data recovery methods so that it can recovery data for iPhones, iPads, Macbook Air, Macbook Pro, and more.

Hard Drive Recovery Associates started as a server repair shop in 1992. Since then, they have grown and evolved and now provide data recovery services to a wide range of users, from housewives to the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, from convenience stores to giant manufacturing facilities.

Those who are interested in helpful content regarding hard drives and hard drive failure and what can be done about it can visit the company site or their blog site. Or they can contact them through the telephone or through email. They are open 24 hours a day, Monday to Sunday.

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For more information about Hard Drive Recovery Associates, contact the company here:

Hard Drive Recovery Associates
Jack Edwards
(949) 258-9465
jedwards@harddrivefailurerecovery.net
12 Mauchly #7
Irvine, CA
92618

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