CryptoLocker: What is it? How do I avoid it?

Over the past month or so, Recovery Force has been getting a lot of calls from clients who are abruptly prompted with a message saying that their data is now encrypted (which it is) and a request for payment of $300 for the decryption of their files. What is it? The...

MacBook Air Data Recovery

Spilled water on your MacBook Air? System not booting? Want your files back? In most cases, we can recover all the data from these drives with our level 1 data recovery service.  We have recovered data from most MacBook Air variations including: MacBook Air Mid 2013...

Apple MacBook Air SSD Recall

We have seen a few of the mid 2012 MacBook Air SSDs come in for recovery and they are absolutely dead.  So, it comes as no surprise that Apple is pro-actively replacing the drives before they fail. You can find out more about the recall directly on the Apple...

What to do when a RAID fails

It is not uncommon for hard drives within a RAID array to fail without warning. When it happens, it usually catches the users off guard and results in technicians scrambling to try random recovery measures with the hope that they can avoid major down time. What they...

IBM Netfinity Server Files Successfully Recovered

The Recovery Force team successfully recovered 100% of the accounting and network shared data stored on a failed 6 disk SCSI RAID 5 array within an IBM Netfinity Server and had the data back into the clients hands less than 24 hours after it arrived at our data...