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CopyRight
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Dear Experts,

WE are planing to run a medium sized data recovery lab in out organization , that will be able to solve most of our cases received.

Any certain companies that can provide us with a quotation on (hardware,software and training) quotation on building a data recovery lab.

Thanks

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Posted : 18/12/2012 2:25 pm
ThePM
(@thepm)
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You can contact Deepspar Data Recovery System (www.deepspar.com) to get a quote for the PC-3000 UDMA (with Data Extractor) system and the Deepspar Disk Imager system (with addons). Those system are must-have for any data recovery facility. They also offer training. However, I've heard that the training from Scott Moultonis more hands-on and more in-depth than the Deepspar training.

HDDSurgery (http//www.hddsurgery.com/) have some incredible tools to help with head swap procedures. Those tools are expensive though.

We bought our "clean room" from Design Filtration.

As for software, aside from the Data Extractor add-on for PC-3000, you might want to purchase R-Studio - Technician edition.

Hope this helps.

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Posted : 18/12/2012 6:58 pm
xx0033
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Probably way too late into this conversation, however, we have experience of putting in 2 data recovery labs in to government agencies, (Middle Ease and Asia) and subsequent training courses.

If its still something you are interested in, please feel free to contact me at your convenience.

Best regards,

Simon
www.disklabs.com

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Posted : 12/08/2013 7:53 pm
JaredDM
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I know this thread is old, but I feel I should weigh in.

Professional data recovery isn't something you can just learn in a few week long courses or anything like that. If you're expecting to handle cases with hardware issues and requiring clean room work, you'll need to hire someone with at least 5-10 years experience in the field to help with the setup and training of other employees. Anyone with less than 5 years experience will be hopelessly lost in a large percentage of cases.

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Posted : 12/06/2016 6:21 pm
jaclaz
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I know this thread is old, but I feel I should weigh in.

Professional data recovery isn't something you can just learn in a few week long courses or anything like that. If you're expecting to handle cases with hardware issues and requiring clean room work, you'll need to hire someone with at least 5-10 years experience in the field to help with the setup and training of other employees. Anyone with less than 5 years experience will be hopelessly lost in a large percentage of cases.

Yep ) , but you missed the "other" thread (essentially a duplicated one) started at the time (soon after this one) by the same member
http//www.forensicfocus.com/Forums/viewtopic/t=10086/

where he got more or less the same (good) advice you now posted.

jaclaz

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Posted : 12/06/2016 10:21 pm
JaredDM
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AH! I missed that. Haven't become familiar with much of this forum yet. Since most of it is forensics stuff, I'm only selectively reading topics which seem to be more geared toward what I actually do.

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Posted : 14/06/2016 12:38 am
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