From the Wires
eMag Solutions Develops a Plan for Victims of Hurricane Sandy
eDiscovery company institutes a data recovery and restoration plan for victims of Hurricane Sandy
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 6, 2012 11:12 PM
ATLANTA, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- eMag Solutions, LLC, an international provider of electronic discovery services and data management solutions, announces plan of action for those affected by hurricane Sandy. Much like their plan for hurricane Floyd, they have instituted a hotline to deal specifically with those affected by this natural disaster. The hotline number is 404.995.1664 and it will connect those in need of eMag Solutions' services directly to a customer service representative.
If you were affected by Hurricane Sandy, and have tapes that have been submerged in salt water, do not allow them to dry out. Doing so will cause the salt to interact with the tapes chemical binder system and will begin breaking it down, thereby making recovery very difficult if not impossible. It is best to keep them submerged in as clean of water as possible until such time they can be shipped to eMag Solutions. They will use their environmental chambers to dry the tapes in a controlled manner, which will then allow a greatly improved chance of recovery.
Rapid Results. eMag Solutions expertise, particularly in cases of natural disasters, allows them to quickly recover data leading to faster, more accurate results at lower cost. eMag engineers have extensive knowledge spanning 25 years on all media types, with a phenomenal recovery success rate at just over 97%. Being sensitive to the situation, eMag Solutions' CEO Chris Clark explained "We're bringing the best eMag has to offer to assist companies recover critical data from systems impacted by the storm. Our experience dealing with this type of damage to critical systems will be fully exercised in the coming weeks as IT and legal departments fully recover their data."
eMag Solutions is dedicated to providing highly reliable eDiscovery services to corporations, government agencies, law firms and legal services providers. From data acquisition and preparation through collection and processing, eMag Solutions supports the end-to-end EDRM lifecycle, however they collaborate with clients to provide bundled or a la carte pricing depending on specific project needs including data recovery and restoration. Learn more about eMag Solutions at www.emagsolutions.com
About eMag Solutions, LLC
eMag Solutions, LLC is an international Patriarch Partners company headquartered in Atlanta, GA with additional data service centers in New York City, and the United Kingdom. eMag Solutions is dedicated to providing highly reliable eDiscovery services to corporations, government agencies, law firms and legal services providers. An eDiscovery pioneer for over four decades, eMag Solutions has an unmatched ability to process any data format from any source, on-site, in any jurisdiction around the globe. Learn more about our flexible solutions delivered via private or public cloud at www.emagsolutions.com
About Patriarch Partners, LLC
Patriarch Partners, LLC is a private equity and investment firm, headquartered in New York City. Founded by Lynn Tilton in 2000, Ms. Tilton serves as Chief Executive Officer and sole Principal of Patriarch Partners, LLC and its affiliated entities. Patriarch provides innovative financial solutions, strategic direction and operational expertise to companies undergoing periods of operational, industrial and economic change. Funds affiliated with Patriarch manage assets in excess of $8 billion and include majority and minority ownership positions in more than 75 companies. For more information, please visit: www.patriarchpartners.com.
Media Contact: Nichole Renner eMag Solutions, 4049951664, email@example.com
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