Melbourne, Australia (PressExposure) May 28, 2012 -- After facilitating the industry with unsurpassed IT solutions, [http://www.techneticsdata.com.au] renders the patrons with a unique technique with which you can recover files. The company is an expert that offers specialist file recovery services from almost all removable and non removable media, from a diversity of old and new operating systems. The team of the portal is highly proficient since almost every day they fruitfully recover data from devices including logical, mechanical and electrical damage. The file services of the company are accessible to commercial, non commercial and government customers.
With numerous years experience in the field of file recovery, the skilled and knowledgeable data recovery team at Technetics strives towards perfection when recuperating your valuable data. With unvarying investment towards augmentation of the people's knowledge and the most up-to-date technology available, you can rest assured that your media will be handled with the utmost care and expertise.
Technetics Data Recovery is a portal that has many years experience recovering files from spoiled RAID arrays, NAS, SAN and Server appliances. The experts encounter many cases of RAID, NAS, SAN and Server recovery but in all cases they require to know the literal steps that have taken place till the point the drives are or were acknowledged by the lab. The least detail rendered would facilitate the team to render favorable upshots.
Technetics Data, after entering the data industry realized that huge price tags offered by other data recovery companies, the data recovery solutions were not viable for small to medium enterprises and non commercial customers. The firm has so far been and still remains one of the few companies to render "no data no charge" service to recover files and render the option of free media inspection. The portal further specializes in recovering files from IDE, SCSI, SAS, SATA, Fibre Channel and SSD hard drives, tapes, usb, digital and other storage media.