Apple Office

A Technology Services Group for the Inspired


If your Apple/Mac drive has experienced a failure, contact our data recovery group.

We specialize in Apple/Mac Data Recoveries. We have designed software and procedures specifically for recovering data from Apple Macintosh computers. Our recovery tools and techniques cover a wide range of legacy equipment and file systems like MFS, HFS, HFS+, HFSX and even XSAN. Our technicians have successfully recovered data from failed Apple/Mac drives including common causes such as:

  • Drive Has Developed Bad Sectors And Won’t Boot
  • File(s) or Partition Has Been Accidentally Deleted
  • Drive Has Been Reformatted
  • Physical Damage From Fire or Flood
  • Drive Is Making Unusual Noises (Clicking, Buzzing or Grinding)
  • Mac OS Failures
  • Drive Won’t Mount
  • Drive Has Been Initialized or Volumes Deleted
  • Mechanical Hard Drive Crash

Our Recovery Group routinely recovers data from all types of Apple/Mac operating systems including:16TB_1d11d6bd54

It is important to note that if you suspect your drive is not functioning properly that you stop immediately and contact us. Some data recovery tools that attempt to repair the file system may, if not successful, render the data completely unrecoverable. If your Mac drive has suffered some type of failure there is still a good chance of recovering your data successfully if you get your drive to professional data recovery experts.

We can help you with all your professional storage needs, from affordabe compact external RAID solutions to massive high-end HD video servers.

SAN Solutions

san-config-smallA storage area network (SAN) is an architecture to attach remote computer storage devices (such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and optical jukeboxes) to servers in such a way that the devices appear as locally attached to the operating system.

Major SAN Benefits:

  • Recovering from disasters in minutes, not hours or days
  • Minimize the environmental impact of power and cooling
  • Data can be accessed by more than one server at once.
  • Up to 10GBps (fibre channel) or up to 1GBps (iSCSI)
  • Reduce disk expenditures up to 74%
    by increasing usable disk capacity
  • Dramatically reduce admin labor costs
    — manage more data in less time

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