- 17 January 2013 13:31
Kroll Ontrack Receives Visionary Services and Support Company Recognition for its Data Recovery Services
Kroll Ontrack, the leading provider of data recovery, ediscovery, and information management products and services, today announced it was awarded the Storage Visions 2013 Visionary Services and Support Company recognition for its outstanding data recovery services for all storage devices. The Storage Visions 2013 Awards recognise companies advancing the state of the art in storage technologies utilised in consumer electronics, the media and entertainment industries, and visionary products for the digital content value chain.
“Kroll Ontrack is honoured to be recognised as a leader in data recovery by Storage Visions,” said Abhik Mitra, Ontrack Data Recovery product manager, Kroll Ontrack. “As storage technologies advance, so does the art of backing up and recovering data. Kroll Ontrack is committed to developing tools, capabilities and services to address the latest data storage trends and corresponding recovery challenges, and this recognition is a testament to that mission.”
The Storage Visions Conference is put on by the Entertainment Storage Alliance and Coughlin Associates. A complete list of the 2013 award recipients is available at http://www.storagevisions.com/2013Press.htm.
About Kroll Ontrack Inc.
Kroll Ontrack provides technology-driven services and software to help legal, corporate and government entities as well as consumers manage, recover, backup, search, analyse, produce and present data efficiently and cost-effectively. In addition to its award-winning suite of software, Kroll Ontrack provides data recovery, data backup, data destruction, electronic discovery and document review. Kroll Ontrack is a subsidiary of Altegrity, an industry-leading provider of information solutions. For more information about Kroll Ontrack and its offerings please visit: visit: http://www.ontrackdatarecovery.com.au
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