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TechRescue Signs on as a Regional Affiliate of ACS Data Recovery

TechRescue Signs on as a Regional Affiliate of ACS Data Recovery

Temple, TX (PRWEB) October 31, 2008

ACS Data Recovery, a premier provider of hard drive data recovery services, is pleased to announce a new Regional Affiliate with locations in Lawton, Oklahoma / Shawnee, Oklahoma and Colorado Springs, Colorado. TechRescue, a full spectrum provider of IT services, specializes in network setup and support, computer repair, custom software development, along with providing IT staffing and office security solutions.

Customers of ACS Data Recovery wishing to avoid the hassles of shipping their media, can now take their drives to any TechRescue location, and it will then be transferred to the ACS Data Recovery lab for evaluation and recovery. "We look forward to building a strong working relationship with TechRescue" stated Greg Duffield, President of ACS Data Recovery. "Giving our customers a locally convenient, professional location to drop off their hard drives for recovery is important to us, and all of the TechRescue locations meet those needs."

ACS Data Recovery, a division of ACS Forensics, Inc, is a Texas-based corporation specializing in the recovery of lost data from failed hard drives and RAID systems. ACS is a registered Dun & Bradstreet company, and is also a part of the Central Contractor Registry. They provide services worldwide to Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, every branch of the military, defense contractors, law firms, health care facilities, major universities and home users. All recovery work is backed by a solid no-data/no charge guarantee.

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