DriveSavers Offers Free Data Recovery to New York Victims


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DriveSavers Data Recovery, Inc., today announced it is offering free data recovery services to individuals and businesses affected by the World Trade Center attack.

According to the company, it plans of providing their service at no charge until further notice.

In the past few weeks, DriveSavers said its technicians have recovered data from a laptop computer that was damaged when its owner escaped from the World Trade Center; two server hard drives from an architect's office across the street; a compact flash card from a digital camera that became inaccessible from smoke and ash, and others.In addition to the free recovery offer, DriveSavers said it will also pay for CD or DVD target media and return shipping by FedEx back to the customer.

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