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All Is Not Lost; CBL Data Recovery Rallies to Respond to Thailand's Flooding Disaster

CBL Data Recovery has proactively opened a Flood Relief Receiving Centre in Bangkok to receive water-soaked digital media from businesses that have been affected by the recent disaster in Thailand.

 
 
CBL Data Recovery: “All is not lost."
CBL Data Recovery: “All is not lost."
PRLog - Dec. 19, 2011 - TORONTO/BANGKOK  – CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc. (CBL) (www.cbldatarecovery.com), the world's most trusted name in emergency data recovery services, has proactively opened a Flood Relief Receiving Centre in Bangkok to receive water-soaked digital media from businesses that have been affected by the recent disaster in Thailand.  

“Ever since we heard about the flooding, we have been putting additional resources in place at our 14 laboratories around the world to help those companies recover their critical lost business information due to water-damaged media,” says CBL’s president Bill Margeson.  “There is no one in Thailand capable of recovering lost data due to water because it requires special laboratory techniques and technology as well as the ability to cope with the necessary security and confidentiality issues associated with handling sensitive business and government data.”

CBL is a pioneer in laboratory level data recovery services and has 19 years experience in retrieving information from any digital media, such as RAID, NAS, SAN, hard drives, tapes, optical and SSDs.  

“All is not lost.  We are ready and able to assist Thailand's businesses get back up and running as soon as possible,” adds Margeson.  “Over the years, we have helped many organizations recover their lost data due to the flooding disasters like what is occurring in Thailand.  Our track record of success is proof positive we have the skills and knowledge to take the necessary steps to recover as much data as possible from damaged media.”

According to Thai sources, the government is currently assessing the damage.  “They anticipate significant damage from the factories located in a number of industrial estates severely affected by the floods,” says Margeson.  “Several government departments have yet to determine those companies who are affected and the kind of help needed.   “But we are on standby to assist businesses recover their lost data so they can return to business profitability and help the country return to economic health.”

CBL Data Recovery Technologies Thailand’s Flood Relief Receiving Centre is located at:

37th Floor, 98 North Sathorn Road
Silom, Bangak
Bangkok 10500
Thailand
Telephone: 02-105-6300

For additional details on CBL’s Thailand Relief, visit: http://www.cbltech.ca/thailand

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About CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc. (www.cbldatarecovery.com)

Founded in 1993 and globally headquartered near Toronto, Canada, CBL Data Recovery Technologies Inc. is a leading international provider of data recovery services. CBL employs proprietary techniques to recover data quickly and effectively from a wide array of affected media including hard drives, tapes, other magnetic, optical and removable media. CBL offers services worldwide through its network of data recovery laboratories, customer service centres, and authorized partners.

Contacts:
Bill Margeson, President, CBL – 905.479.9938 -- pr@cbltech.com
Sheldon Rose Communications – 416 543 6441 – sheldonr@sheldonrosecommunications.com

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