Ontrack Data Recovery the industry’s leading
data recovery provider, today announced that it has entered into an agreement
with computer repair specialist, Geek Squad, to become its exclusive recovery
provider in Canada for Geek Squad’s Data Rescue Service. This partnership
ensures the highest possible level of success for Geek Squad customers
experiencing data loss.

Specifically, Geek Squad will now incorporate specialized proprietary
software developed by Ontrack Data Recovery into its own recovery solution for
tier one recoveries – which include various types of structural damage such as
missing documents or files. In situations where in-store data recovery is not
possible, more advanced solutions are offered directly through Ontrack’s
Toronto-based data recovery lab and cleanroom which offer remote and in-lab
recovery capabilities.

“We understand that in every data loss situation, there is a client
plagued with fears of irreparable data loss and related consequences,” said
Andrew Grantham, National Manager with Geek Squad. “With the help of Ontrack
Data Recovery, Geek Squad further demonstrates our commitment to our customers
by offering the most complete and leading-edge data recovery solutions

With a wide range of data recovery services and software solutions,
Ontrack Data Recovery helps both corporate customers as well as individual end
users to protect, save and recover important data. Ontrack Data Recovery
offers everything from do-it-yourself software to customized service solutions
allowing recovery anywhere, anytime from virtually any operating system,
storage or media type, regardless of the cause for data loss. The company
offers data recovery service in 13 languages in more than 21 countries

“Geek Squad built its reputation through technical expertise and
excellent customer service,” said Todd Johnson, vice president of Operations
for Ontrack Data Recovery. “Ontrack is committed to enhancing these qualities
by providing the highest level of data recovery service to Geek Squad
customers throughout Canada.”