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Best Data Recovery

That busted hard drive is no match for  


    You wouldn’t think that a firm that recently recovered space-shuttle data for NASA would be available to rescue your lost vacation snapshots. But for WeRecoverData’s Über-techs, no job is too small, and the company is the equal of that old standby Tekserve without the surly staff. Estimates are free on everything from laptops to cell phones and cameras. Sure, you probably won’t need to employ their Mission: Impossible clean room or data-forensics lab, but if they can handle that kind of digital disaster, recovering your PowerPoint presentation will be no problem. Run-of-the-mill recoveries range from $500 to $2,500, and you pay nothing if they can’t bring back what you need. They also have a 24/7 emergency hotline for particularly dire crashes.

From the 2009 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine

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