ADRC partners with Lenovo-authorized service centre, Megalink Systems to offer free data recovery concierge service
Lenovo customers can now enjoy the convenience of dropping off their damaged media drives at Lenovo-authorized service centre, Megalink Systems to receive prompt evaluation by Adroit Data Recovery Centre (“ADRC”).
Losing one’s data can often be a frustrating experience and customers may need their data recovered urgently. Hence, Megalink Systems has partnered with ADRC to offer the convenience of free data recovery concierge service to assist customers in getting back their digital data quickly with the least hassle.
In the past, customers who visit the helpdesk with lost data have to remove their damaged drive and seek help elsewhere. With this new partnership, customers can now receive immediate assistance at Megalink Systems service centre. Moreover, ADRC offers free prompt evaluation and promises recovery time that is faster than the competing data recovery vendors.
“The response has been very encouraging as customers love its convenience. To them, it is a one-stop shop where they can enjoy data recovery without any hassle.” Annie Loke, project operations planner, Megalink Systems.
ADRC’s exacting standards in terms of quality, efficiency and professionalism makes it the partner of choice for companies around the world. World leader in data storage Imation and electronics superstore Audio House have both previously appointed ADRC as its official data recovery partner.
Customers have the privilege of retrieving their data easily and quickly as ADRC boasts the industry’s highest data recovery success rate with recovery rate exceeding 90% while also delivering the fastest turnaround in the market. Customers can expect recovery of data within 3 to 5 working days instead of the market standards of up to 10 working days. Backed by ADRC’s expertise and experience, Lenovo users can now rest easy and be assured of the highest quality of professional data recovery.
ADRC is able to offer data recovery services at such low cost with much shortened turnaround time as it owns the first “class 100” clean lab in Singapore, and have developed proprietary tools for recovery. Having its own lab in Singapore also give customers peace of mind that their most confidential data will not be travelling to labs in other countries and thus suffer the fate of being lost or leaked out. For added convenience, ADRC customers will also be able to use ADRC’s 24-hour live online tracking system to check the status of the job at any time. Every job sent is electronically tracked and at every stage of the work, the progress status will be updated into the database.
Data recovery is a highly skilled discipline that takes years of practice to establish credentials, made possible by constant research and development, and proficiency with working on storage technology as it is developed. With Adroit Data Recovery Centre’s experienced team and strong hardware, they have full knowledge of recovering data from damaged hard drive.
When it comes to data recovery, there is only one chance to achieve a successful recovery, which might be lost forever if the data recovery service is not performed by experienced recovery specialists with unique hardware replacement techniques in a world class clean lab.
For more information, please visit http://www.adrc.com.
About Adroit Data Recovery Centre (ADRC) Pte Ltd
Adroit Data Recovery Centre (ADRC) Pte Ltd is South East Asia’s leading data recovery centre equipped with the first Class 100 clean laboratory in Singapore to recover data from damaged media such as crashed hard disks. It has an un-paralleled capability and the setup to acquire and collect the digital evidence from all kinds of working or damaged media while observing the strictest process of computer forensic investigation.
ADRC’s team of qualified forensic experts is also equipped with the technical expertise of networking, system security and cryptography in order to perform a complete investigation. Moreover, ADRC is able to provide court-ready reporting of digital evidence for civil and criminal litigation through the installation of rigorous forensic methodologies in order to identify, acquire, preserve, analyse and document digital data (electronically stored information) for use as evidence in court or other legal or administrative proceedings.