External USB Drives: Who do you Turn to if they Fail?

External hard drives are fantastic for storing large amounts of data locally, without uploading it to the cloud or overloading your computer’s internal drive. However, as reliable and sturdy as most portable hard drives are, mishaps and malfunctions leading to data loss happen. This can be annoying at best, devastating at worst: if you have weeks and weeks’ (or years …

What is A Monolith Storage Device?

Monolith Storage used in USB Flash Drive Production. Monolithic storage is made up of numerous electronic components. Their respective connections are all integrated into a single-layered semiconductor wafer or package. This package is split into 3D integrated circuits. Monolith storage architectures have evolved to become a popular choice for manufacturers. As a result they are cheaper to create than standard …

Types of Computer storage

In this day and age, there really is no excuse to not back-up your data – there are so many options available, most of which are cost-effective and reliable. Here at eProvided, we help people recover data they feared lost across any storage device, but we know, prevention is better than cure. To keep your work, documentation, or precious media …

CD’s and DVD’s Are Damaged – How Can I Recover the Data?

In the recent past, optical media has embraced the use of CD’s and DVD’s as a means of storing data. CD’s or DVD’s are optical media developed to store information for an unspecified period of time but keep data safe so it can be readable in the future. CD and DVD burners have advanced by leaps and bounds from their …

How It Works: Professional Data Recovery Tools & Professionals.

Data recovery is the method by which raw data is moved from an unreadable device to a secondary storage medium in order to retain the fidelity of the data so that it can be used again. It is usually needed when a particular storage device fails in operation and the data on the device is needed to perform mandatory tasks. …

I Lost All My Pictures What’s Next? SD Card Recovery For Photos

Memory comes in many different forms and fashion. When digital cameras were first produced they came with a type of memory that was installed on a chip, about as wide as two fingers. This fast, reliable form of data storage soon began being used not only in cameras but in phones and other multimedia devices. Eventually, the original issue of …

NASA – Big Consumers of Data Recovery – Here’s Why

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is responsible for the level of technology we are currently at. Their innovations over the last handful of decades have made life a lot better. NASA is responsible for such everyday labor-saving appliances ranging from smoke detectors to protective paint. However, NASA needs support as well, since it uses a lot of modern-day …

My phone fell in the toilet! Data Recovery from Water Damage

With smartphones carrying so much of our important data nowadays, any potential damage is a huge risk. We store all our contact numbers, our photos (frivolous and sentimental alike), even our documents on there. Despite the giant leaps made in smartphone design, our devices are still prone to damage, and if they sustain too much, they’ll stop working altogether. It …

All you need to Know About Preventative Measures -Data Loss

Losing data can be devastating. Whether you lose an essay due within the next hour, or an important presentation vanishes, you can find yourself in trouble with no clear solution. Maybe you’re lucky enough to have handwritten notes (or even a full first-draft scribbled down on paper) to draw on, but chances are, you’ve worked directly on your word processing …

Stick my Hard Drive in the Freezer?

It’s inevitable, given time, for your hard drive to succumb to minute faults that can magnify and cause your hard drive to stop working, or crash. Unfortunately, it’s rarely possible to be able to predict these occurrences, especially when you have taken good care of the hard drive. You can say that your hard drive has crashed when it fails …