Posts Tagged ‘Recovery’

Discovery of Windows Data Recovery Software for deleted files from hard disk

February 10th, 2014

The company has discovered a number of techniques for recovery of data and email migration and is highly in demand by the consumers in the online market. One of the wondrous inventions of the company is a hard disk recovery tool, which helps the customers to get back the deleted files from the OS.

This release is coming out to inform the users that a long awaited revolutionary application to recover the deleted files from OS is discovered. The hard drive recovery tool, equipped with advanced scanning feature is capable to recover the permanently deleted files from the OS. Windows recovery tool is the absolute application to recover the deleted, formatted, corrupted, or encrypted files from the hard drive.

Additional facilities for Windows recovery application

Recovers inaccessible hard disk files with four modes of recovery: quick, exhaust, raw and disk-imaging. The quick mode recovers the maximum number of files in minimum time through extensive scanning method. Whereas, the exhaust mode recovers the severely damaged files through deep scanning techniques. Thereafter, Raw mode recovers the files with a particular extension, while disk-imaging involves the copy or image of the disk on another disk or space, which helps the user to get back the files from the bad sectors.

Recovers from FAT and NTFS OS partition file systems without any loss of data

Recovers files from most of the storage devices, such as iPod, memory card, USB, Pen Drive and more

Maintains the drive folder hierarchy even after the execution of the recovery procedures

Mr. Alok Gupta, Managing Director of Recover Data Tools shares a few words with the users,“ Any type of data loss creates a havoc for the users. When critical data from the computer system is lost, the user is compelled to use a data recovery tool, because the application is based on the advanced recovery techniques, which do not prevail in all other products. Any wrong software usage rather damages the data than healing it to the perfection. Taking this in mind, we have discovered an advanced recovery tool with comprehensive techniques, which effortlessly recovers even the permanently deleted data from the hard disk. In addition, we provide 24-hour non-stop technical support to our worldwide novice or technical users.”

Source:http://www.whatech.com/members-news/data-recovery/18439-discovery-of-windows-data-recovery-software-for-deleted-files-from-hard-disk

Aiseesoft releases Data recovery software for iOS devices

December 26th, 2013

After releasing the Windows version of Aiseesoft FoneLab, Aiseesoft has now released the Mac version of data recovery software for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, compatible with Mac OS X v10.6 or later.

Mac FoneLab fully supports the recovery of lost or deleted files from iOS 7 devices and has a user-friendly interface.

Recover data from iOS devices

Mac FoneLab lets users restore lost or deleted data directly from the iPhone 5s/5c/5/4S and from iPads. The supported content includes data from Contacts, Messages (MMS, SMS, iMessages), Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Safari Bookmarks.

Directly recover lost files

Twelve types of data for older iOS devices like iPhone 4/3GS, iPad 1 or iPod touch 4 can be retrieved using Mac FoneLab without iTunes backup, even if the device has crashed or is broken. Exportable text contents include Contacts, Messages, Call History, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and Safari bookmarks, while media contents include Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream, Message Attachments and Voice Memos.

Regain 11 types of data from iTunes backup

It’s a very simple thing to recover data from iTunes backup for any iOS device – not only the existing data in the backup but also those files deleted from devices before a backup was made. As long as they were not overwritten, all can be recovered, with 11 types of files supported: Contacts, Messages, Call history, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Safari bookmarks, Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Message Attachments and Voice memos.

Source:http://www.ciol.com/ciol/news/204976/aiseesoft-releases-data-recovery-software-ios-devices

Save time, money with debt recovery software

August 14th, 2013

For most businesses, chasing debts is a chore and bore, especially if it involves following up overdue invoices with long-term customers. Nothing sends a chill up the spine of a business owner more than having to tap a valued customer for money. So are there ways to automate this process?

According to Anthony Igra, general manager of mercantile agents Contractors Debt Recovery, automation will only get you so far. “It assists best in the reminder to demand letter stage of [debt] recovery. After that, a person needs to get involved,” says Igra.

He says automation best serves those businesses whose products are hard to dispute, such as accounts paid by credit cards for utilities or loan repayments. “For other goods and services, blind automation may hurt the business relationship.”

But automation will take you some part of the way along the debt recovery journey. Igra says many popular accounting software packages have functionality that will allow you to send out a form letter at set times. “This can put debtors on a predetermined and escalated path to legal action if needed.”

These systems will allow you to send reminders about invoices, as well as automated letters of demand. Software will also give you extensive information about who owes you money and when their account is due.

USER FRIENDLY
An example is accounting software package QuickBooks. Senior product manager of QuickBooks Online ­AustraliaNora Tucker says the software gives users a snapshot of their financial position, which is useful for managing debtors and creditors and for having a clear picture of cash flow.

“You can very easily see a list of all the contacts who owe you money. This is handy, as it means when you dedicate a specific chunk of time to chasing debtors, you have a list in one view without having to toggle between client accounts,” says Tucker.

The software also allows users to easily see overdue invoices and sort them by date due, customer name, invoice number, the age of the debt or the amount due. Tucker says this helps businesses prioritise debtors.

The software also includes a tool that summarises the status of unpaid invoices and displays the amounts due across 30, 60 and 90 day-plus periods. “If you are chasing payment for a transaction, you can drill down from this report to see the specific invoice, and even the individual line items that make up the invoice. This is useful when there is a query over a specific item or product,” says Tucker.

Tim Reed, chief executive of accounting software business MYOB, says the software also automatically reconciles accounts that have been paid by matching banking records with invoices entered into the system, allowing users of the software to see when a customer has paid an invoice.

“So every day, you get an up-to-date view of the debtors’ ledger. It’s important so that you don’t contact clients who have already paid an invoice.”

Other steps of the debt recovery process can also be automated.

Craig Savage, managing director at Independent Recovery Services, says auto-diallers can make telephone reminders, and SMS messages can also be sent via accounting software.

“The obvious benefit is lower labour costs. As most automated functions involve paperless technologies, printing and postage costs will also be reduced. Another major benefit is the ability to track performance of which reminders work best and when so that your procedures can be tweaked accordingly. The success rates differ greatly between the various technologies depending on the day and time they are sent,” Savage says.

LEGAL LIMITATIONS
Accounting software packages do, however, have limitations when things go legal. For instance, you can’t get a summons using technology.

“Service of a summons must be by a person or registered office – although there was one well-publicised case of a person being served via Facebook. But mostly, summons are served by people called process servers, who can then supply an affidavit of service. A court will need to see that the debtor has been served,” Igra explains.

“[Using technology] it’s very hard to show proof of receipt of letters if things get into the legal arena. Plus, the value of the relationship with the debtor must always be in the mind of the business owner, which is why debt collection cannot be left to a machine,” he says.

“Clients to whom a business may cut some slack will also not be recognised by an automated system. Or, ­having landed a blue-chip client, are you really going to hit them with a demand letter first-up if they are late paying?” he adds.

It is possible to electronically lodge documents related to bad debts in many courts throughout Australia. Some states even have the facility to bulk-lodge a number of claims at once.

“This is excellent, as it helps relieve the workload of court registry staff. As it is now, Sydney and Brisbane courts have backlogs of about three to four weeks processing documents lodged by mail, so it is a real time-saver to have claims processed instantly online. I suggest businesses engage the services of a debt collector or lawyer for this as all legal costs cannot be recovered unless a qualified person lodges the legal documents,” says Savage.

However, there are drawbacks to using technology to manage debtors. Automating credit management is fantastic in reducing costs and prompting good customers who were always going to settle their account to pay a little quicker. But, says Savage, it will not assist and may even hurt your chances of resolving problem accounts. “Unfortunately, there is always going to be a percentage of customers who will be delinquents and have no intention of ever paying and will go to any length, using aliases or fraud, to get your goods or services for nothing. So it’s important not to rely solely on automated processes.”

Ultimately, it is important businesses still use old fashioned telephone calls or drop in to see customers face-to-face in credit management procedures. “Experienced debtors will know how to work around an automated system and the only way to catch them out is to keep an eye out for the warning signs during human interaction,” says Savage.

Source:http://www.afr.com/p/save_time_money_with_debt_recovery_q5UYvkGxQ132veyS4AloIL

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