Spotlight On eProvided Founder Bruce Cullen: 10 Things You Didn’t Know

What makes eProvided different? As one of the leading data recovery service providers, the company was founded by Bruce Cullen, who is our spotlight figure of the day. With labs based in Colorado, his experienced technicians handle everything from the intricacies of forensic data recovery to retrieving your most important files from NAND, USB, and other flash memory devices. They …

Everything You Need to Know about iPhone Data Recovery

The iPhone is one of the most popular mobile devices on the market. These phones are incredibly common, and it seems that they are also prone to failure. iPhones store data on NAND flash memory, which is attached directly to the board of the phone internally. If you do not have a backup of your data or contacts, which are …

Spotlight on eProvided Professionals

eProvided insight: today our daily lives are filled with cutting edge technology. Career opportunities in the technology field are expanding on a daily basis. Data recovery professionals are finding their skills useful in many different areas. One thing is for sure, they never have a dull day at the lab. A Look Inside: A Day in the Life of Data …

Data Storage Devices 101: A Guide to All Devices Used To Store Data and Images

Have you wondered how many various types of data storage devices exist? The answer is simpler than you think. Standing in the storage device aisle at your local digital electronic warehouse will leave you feeling overwhelmed. The truth is data storage devices all break down into two main categories: primary and secondary devices. Primary storage devices are comprised of firmware …

Testimonial / Story from NAND Flash Recovery Client

For many, NAND flash memory is a better storage device—especially in low-capacity application (4 GBs or less). NAND is a no-brainer for folks seeking a lower power, lighter, and more robust storage device. Although these devices have marked advantages, they can easily become corrupt due to external environmental components, as one of our clients recently found out at a most …

How to Spot Storage Drive Recovery Symptoms

USB Flash Drive File Loss, It’s No Laughing Matter at All. A damaged or nonfunctional flash storage drive is no picnic. USB flash drive data loss or hard drive damages happen. We use these handy little devices repetitively for transferring files between computers and sharing information with colleagues. Unfortunately, as is the case with any storage device, the device and …

Data Recovery 101: Everything You Need To Know About Such Processes

In today’s technology driven world, we rely on compact and mobile friendly devices. About everything from our cherished family images to business and financial data resides on USB flash drives. Smartphones, tablets, cell-phones and computers are also huge on holding our important files. Business owners and consumers depend on critical files, images, and other stored media. A sudden crash, or …

SSD Drive Recovery, NAND Chip Technology, Solid State Drives & NASA

Bruce Cullen the founder of eProvided states “Most all laptop computers, iPhones, smart phones, voice recorders, USB sticks, SSD drives, iMacs and notebooks have NAND chips and solid state drive technology onboard.” But there is much much more to the story and a little bit about NASA and the Mars Space Missions, read on… Data recovery services provide recovery of …

Troubleshooting SDHC Camera Cards

SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) memory cards are becoming popular because of their smaller size and larger data storage capacity. SDHC camera card are mostly used in cameras, computers, mp3 players and video game platforms; wherever you have the need to store large amounts of data in a digital media environment. SDHC cards are primarily used by professional photographers in …

Data Recovery from Encrypted Flash Drives

Flash drives are common today. Technical expertise is not at all necessary to use data on a flash drive. Some USB drives are encrypted and some are not. Basically, a user can encrypt their data before storing it in the flash drive.  Another way of encrypting is that the drive itself carries an on-board encryption software. This software helps with …