Techserve launches data recovery services

Rajagopal S, GM, Techserve (right) and Galo Mateos Pizarro, CEO, Recovery Labs

Techserve, part of Al-Futtaim group that offers one-stop-shop for electronics service and systems integration in the region today announced the singing up of partnership with Recovery Labs is the data recovery specialist in Europe.

Partnership with Techserve marks as the first foray for the Spain-based data recovery services provider Recovery Labs in the Middle East. The announcement from Techserve also coincides with the opening of the first professional Data Recovery Lab in Dubai. The Lab will offer its expertise in data recovery from computer hard drives, flash /USB drives, memory cards, mobile phones, CD’s and DVD’s.

Rajagopal S, GM, Techserve, said, “Corporate data loss is not only loss of information but also eats into the IT department’s time and resources. Data loss is extremely worrying for individuals or corporates. These days, we use more portable devices like laptops, smart-phones and digital cameras where the probability of physical damage is very high resulting in data loss. In addition, data loss can also occur due to hardware, software and firmware issues.”

Built to international standards and equipped with the latest data recovery technologies, Techserve’s data recovery lab is manned by a professional team of five engineers who are trained and certified by Recovery Labs in Spain.

Rajagopal further added, “With our modern facility, training, equipment and the state-of-the-art ‘Clean Room’ we can restore as much as 100% of the recoverable data. The Data Recovery Lab will aim to offer internationally bench-marked data recovery services using the latest methods and technologies in data recovery. Our partnership with Recovery Labs gives us a unique opportunity to offer data recovery services to meet the growing demand for professional data recovery services in the region.”

According to a recent report by Symantec, 88% of data loss globally occurs due to negligence and security experts say data loss can cost companies in the UAE up to 30 percent of their overall revenue.