Got Virus?

GOT VIRUS? Your Data is NOT lost forever!

In the wake of so many computer viruses running wild, "Hope is not lost"!

With the recent release of such viruses as: mydoom; netsky; mofei, lovegate and many more destructive viruses, there is an affordable solution to recover your lost files from your hard drive.

Selecting a Data Recovery Service Company can be a challenging and confusing undertaking to say the least.

ECO Data Recovery located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida has come to the rescue of many individuals, small business and large corporations around the world. When down time means lost revenue and it seems like there is no light at the end of the tunnel, you can always count on ECO Data Recovery to get you up and operating asap.

These days you never know when your computer system will go down due to viruses, sabotage or natural disaster. We suggest that everyone back-up their files regularly. Nobody ever wants to think about their hard drive crashing or a virus taking over their computer, so backing up your files is the last thing on your mind.

Often time is of the essence. We know that when your business is down, fast is never fast enough, therefore, ECO offers an expedited service for time sensitive situations.

As technology advances, so do the skills of what we refer to as "Hackers". These "Hackers" are responsible for many of the damaged files we have recovered. As the "Hackers" skills evolve, so must our teams of engineers. We understand that there will always be some hacker out there with the goal of causing "chaos". Eco Data Recovery will be there to undo the damage they may have done and get you up and running in the fastest time possible.

Viruses are not the only cause of lost files!

When a hard drive is making an awful noise, more often then not you have a hardware problem. ECO Chief Engineer, Sean Flanders, warns "If you hear strange noises emanating from your computer, shut it off immediately before further damage is incurred".

When a drive is still grasping to life (barely spinning) many times people try the cheapest solution and attempt to run a data recovery software utility. This is a major mistake! "Attempting to utilize recovery software can make your data hard to salvage if not impossible in some cases. "These programs may write data on the drive which then overwrites your original data, making data recovery almost impossible", states Brian Cain, VP of sales at ECO.

Take heed in the words of Charles Roover, President of Eco Data Recovery, "Be aware of the fate that could befall your computer and/or network and take precautions. Back-up your files often! Nobody likes to think about losing their data, however, when you have a disaster, we're there to rescue you!"

Over the past 10 years ECO Data Recovery has saved many individuals and companies by retrieving their lost data! We're only a phone call away!

http://www.ecodatarecovery.com

About The Author

Woody Bowers
Dir. Business Development
Eco Data Recovery
(800)339-3412

[email protected]

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