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Blizzard Data Recovery Recruits Flash Memory Recovery Specialists

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ELLIJAY, Ga. - April 3, 2019 - TelAve -- Blizzard Data Recovery, a company specializing in retrieving data from malfunctioning, damaged, and broken digital storage devices, announced today that it has expanded its flash memory department with the addition of two new dedicated technicians, specializing in recovery of flash media such as USB drives and memory cards like those commonly used in digital cameras, smart phones, and tablets. This expansion comes in response to a growing demand for flash data recovery services.

This expansion also includes the addition of new hardware and software tools intended to improve turnaround times and success rates for especially complex cases of data loss. The additional flash recovery personnel and equipment will allow Blizzard Data Recovery to handle more cases simultaneously, as well as dedicate more resources to research and development aimed at discovering new solutions and improving existing data recovery processes.

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Blizzard Data Recovery has seen exponential growth in demand over the last two years for both mechanical hard drive and flash data recovery services, seeing a 95% increase in incoming cases between 2017 and 2018, with further growth projected for 2019 – in January, the company reported a 100% increase in incoming cases compared to January 2018.

About Blizzard Data Recovery: Blizzard Data Recovery is a family-owned and operated data recovery lab headquartered in Ellijay, Georgia. The company's slogan, "We make data recovery affordable!" reflects a goal of putting data recovery in reach of the average consumer by offering transparent, flat rates for recovering data from damaged or failed digital storage devices, including hard disk drives, USB flash drives, flash memory cards, and solid state drives. Blizzard Data Recovery has successfully restored lost data for a diverse client base from over 30 states in the US.

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