There are some instances in which someone working for a company would love to be able to go back in time and stop themselves from deleting a file or folder. According to an October 31 article on PCWorld.com, it is entirely possible to recover files from a dead external hard drive, let alone other sources. All that is needed is the right touch.
Whether someone is looking to recover information on a desktop, laptop or smartphone, document review platforms could be the answer. Most of the time, professionals are able to retrieve data that has been deleted from a smartphone by using a “twister” or “flash” box. Aside from being a terrific way to prevent data loss, document review platforms are also leading the way for computer and digital forensics companies.
Sometimes data recovery is to help a company, and other times it is to protect it. A digital forensic investigator can easily recover data that could be used to prove criminal activity by someone within the company.
It is quite common today for mobile phones and tablets to be used as evidence for criminal investigations. In 2013, roughly 32% of adults in America prefer to communicate through text messaging, while 46% use their mobile phones to surf the internet. If there is something to be found, chances are a cellphone is a great place for a digital forensics investigator to start.
Investing in document review platforms, e-discovery services and other data recovery and tracking tools could be the wisest investment a business owner makes, especially if they value the privacy of information that has been entrusted to them by their clients and employees. More.