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LONDON: Kroll Ontrack, the leading provider of data recovery, information management and e-disclosure products and services has announced the availability of Ontrack® EasyRecovery™ version 11 software. Ontrack EasyRecovery 11 is a comprehensive solution for do-it-yourself (DIY) data recovery, data protection and data destruction. It includes new S.M.A.R.T. scan technology to monitor the health of data storage media, the ability to permanently delete data at the file/folder level as well as powerful data recovery functionalities, including for virtual environments.

 

“Organisations as well as home users want cost-effective, DIY solutions to manage data across the information lifecycle,” said Phil Bridge, managing director, Kroll Ontrack UK. “Ontrack EasyRecovery 11 bolsters its data recovery functionality to also help users proactively protect against future data loss and conduct secure, permanent data deletion, even in virtual environments. This is the all-in-one tool we think users will find pays for itself immediately.”

“IT administrators and developers are increasingly utilising virtual environments like VMware® Fusion® to run and toggle between multiple operating system platforms, consolidating an enormous volume of data,” said Bridge. “Ontrack EasyRecovery Enterprise is easy-to-use, and supports data recovery in such virtual environments, but also allows IT professionals to permanently delete virtual files and folders, protecting organisations from having critical data fall into the wrong hands.”

Installation of Ontrack EasyRecovery is fast, with most users recovering data in minutes. The powerful scanning engine builds a file list of all recoverable files from local/external hard drives (HDD/SSD), optical and digital media, iPods, tablet devices and mobile phones that work as removable storage and disk image files. Recoverable files can be previewed and all recovery operations are secure.