Jim W – The Nature Conservancy
When our server failed I knew the only company to call was TTR Data Recovery. We have used them a couple of times in the past, and many of our employees have also used them for personal data recovery needs. As always, our server was back up and running in no time and we were back in business 4 days later as if nothing had happened. Thank you again TTR!
Jessica S – USGS
I had important research files stored on an external hard drive that was dropped and experienced a mechanical error. I found TTR through their GSA schedule and decided to go with them. One week later and no regrets. They had recovered all of my files and I had them back in my hands on another working hard drive. They saved me a lot of time and effort from not having to redo many days of research
Frank M – The University of Maryland
TTR was the only company that I felt comfortable with the pricing and security standards, and was impressed with their customer service and transparency. I shipped my hard drive to their lab and received a free evaluation report the next day. I said go for it, and in 5 days I had all of my files back. I can’t even stress enough how much I owe this company. I can’t thank them enough, and based on my experience, I would definitely say anyone with a failed hard drive should call TTR right away.
Susan Ray V- NASA
I want to express my sincere thanks to the team of technicians who worked to recover the data on our RAID 0 set. Given the errors we initially saw, we had our doubts that the file could be recovered. Our project was very happy your team of technicians was able to recover the entire RAID. Please let your team know their efforts contributed to the success of our project.
Steve N – All Native Managed Services
I would like to offer my sincere thanks for the work done by TTR Data Recovery. I’m happy to say the customer service was excellent and all of my data has been recovered. I can’t thank your company enough and will recommend everyone to you.
Peter H – The Trust For Public Land
My flash drive malfunctioned and appeared completely "dead." TTR was able to satisfactorily produce the full list of files, including the one critical file that I was particularly interested in.