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ACE Data Recovery Develops Service to Securely Recover Data Remotely

Proprietary Service Significantly Reduces Recovery Time for Logically Corrupted Drives

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - January 12, 2014) - ACE Data Recovery, a subdivision of the ACE Data Group LLC, announced today they have developed a proprietary service that allows their engineers to successfully recover data remotely from hard drives anywhere in the world. With the ACE Remote Recovery Manager (ARRM) your critical business data will be recovered from a logically corrupted storage system, SAN, NAS, RAID, server application, or Virtual Machine in a fast and convenient way via a highly secure Internet connection.

Time is money. With the cost of downtime averaging over $100,000 an hour it is vital to get clients up and running as quickly as possible. When mission critical data is deleted or damaged but the media is stable and functioning, remote data recovery could be the best and only choice.

"This is a key service to make available not only to our corporate clients, but to individuals as well," stated ACE Data Group CEO, Charles Walker. "ACE Remote Recovery Manager now extends our industry leading expertise anywhere in the world there is an internet connection."

ACE Data Recovery's engineers routinely work on highly complex projects to recover data from mission-critical enterprise systems. They are the recognized experts in recovering data from Enterprise Storage Arrays (SAN/NAS) and performing Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V, Oracle VM, VMware ESX/ESXi data recoveries.  

"The process itself is simple by design," said Andrey Petrov, Director of Enterprise Services. "First we have a phone or web conference to perform the initial evaluation to discuss the requirements and set the proper expectations for the client. Next we securely log into the client's designated recovery computer on-site, configure and download the ARRM utilities. Finally, we perform the remote recovery and verify the results with the customer. This service represents a significant time reduction to complete these types of recoveries."

Based on their over 30 years of experience, ACE Data Recovery states that the most common data loss issues businesses face are file deletion, reformatting/repartitioning, and Virtual Machine file (VMDK or VHD) corruption. ACE Data Recovery has one of the highest recovery success rates in the industry. When time is critical, ACE Remote Recovery Manager will provide businesses with the fastest, secure, and cost-effective data recovery solution possible saving both time and money. All that is needed to perform remote data recovery is an available system with a reliable broadband internet connection and a storage media to transfer files to. If you would like to request additional information about ARRM or to get started, please call us at 877-304-7189.

About ACE Data Recovery

ACE Data Recovery is a part of ACE Data Group LLC, one of the top providers of computer forensic and data recovery services to customers all over the world. Since 1981 ACE Data Recovery works with any type of media including HDD, SSD, RAID, SAN, NAS, flash drives, and tapes. It also offers a wide range of computer forensic services including E-Discovery and Expert testimony. Its headquarters are in Dallas, TX, with additional labs in Chicago, IL, Houston, TX, and Washington, DC. For additional information visit website at: http://www.datarecovery.net or call at 877-304-7189.

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Steven B. Aldridge
Senior Director
Global Sales & Marketing
ACE Data Recovery
Phone: (972) 528.6588 ext.103

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