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CBL covers Sydney's data

  • 16 October, 2003 14:51

<p>CBL Data Recovery today announces that the company has established a direct presence in Sydney. Sydney Data Recovery will provide a first port of call for enterprises and home PC users who lose data from hard drives or any media format, as well as a ‘white label’ service for system builders, media manufacturers and IT services companies. This expanded coverage reflects CBL’s rapidly growing strength in the Australian market.</p>
<p>Manager of Sydney Data Recovery, Guy Riddle, comments that a local presence offers a degree of reassurance to Sydney customers who have experienced a data loss.</p>
<p>“For home PC users and companies alike, the experience of data loss – whether it be through hardware failure, human error or a malicious virus – is a crisis. In this situation, it is reassuring to be able to talk face to face about the solution,” says Mr Riddle.</p>
<p>Vicky Brauner who runs CBL’s fully equipped lab in Brisbane comments, "Demand has proven we need to build a lab in every State - we have established Sydney Data Recovery to provide a local presence and service the Sydney market. Down the track we will look to use this model to provide a local service in other States."</p>
<p>CBL’s Sydney facilities draw on the company’s lab facilities in nine countries, staffed by highly specialised technicians who provide CBL’s local staff with round-the-clock access to advanced skills for unusual projects. The company also maintains clean room capabilities for complex or highly sensitive recovery projects.</p>
<p>On receipt of a customer’s hard drive, CBL provides a written estimate of the recovery project. This estimate is provided at no charge to the customer.</p>
<p>The company also offers a ‘no data, no charge’ policy – that is, if no data is recoverable from the hard drive, there is no charge. However, says Mr. Riddle, in the company’s decade-plus years of operations, rarely is data found to be totally unrecoverable.</p>
<p>“Regardless of your media type or operating system, we have probably seen it before,” he says. “A large part of our business is standard PC hard drives, but we are equally at home in rescuing data from RAID Arrays, Servers, removable media such as floppies, optical cartridges and tapes.</p>
<p>“We have recovered data from dropped, fire-damaged and water-damaged drives, and from accidentally erased media as well. Our engineers have a commitment to innovation, and have developed in-house proprietary software and hardware solutions to retrieve the maximum amount of data.”</p>
<p>In addition to operating as a gateway to CBL’s facilities, Sydney Data Recovery is also offering the company’s services to vendors as a white labeled service.</p>
<p>“For media manufacturers, systems builders and IT services companies offering data recovery services tailored to their customers’ needs is a distinct value-add that can build competitive advantage through increased customer control and satisfaction,” comments Mr. Riddle. “To meet this growing demand we have established a dedicated website for organizations seeking more information on partnering with us www.cblpartnerportal.com.au.</p>
<p>“With the burgeoning reliance on digitally stored data, data recovery is a rapidly-growing industry – and tapping into it could also become a source of revenue,” he concludes.</p>
<p>Sydney Data Recovery can be contacted on 1300 305 290.or through www.sydneydatarecovery.com.au</p>
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<p>About CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc.</p>
<p>CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc. (www.cbltech.com) is a leading international provider of computer data recovery services for clients experiencing data loss. Founded in 1993, CBL offers data recovery services worldwide through its network of labs, offices and authorized partners. CBL’s offices and laboratories are located in nine countries on five continents including: Brisbane, Australia; San Diego, CA and Armonk, NY, USA; Toronto, Canada; Newcastle, United Kingdom; Kaiserslautern, Germany; Beijing, China; Barbados, West Indies; Ponta Grossa, Brazil and Singapore.</p>

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