Data Recovery Specialist Shares New Post About The Best File Sharing Platforms Online

June 04, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Irvine, California based Hard Drive Recovery Associates is pleased to announce that they have recently published a new blog post about the best online platforms that provide digital file sharing services.

Jack Edwards, a company spokesperson, says, “In this digital age, there is no denying the fact that sending files through the internet has become an essential part of our everyday lives. In fact, online sharing platforms play a vital role in schools and workplaces alike. Thanks to such services, students are able to submit their homework, teachers can post their lessons online and employees can view and edit their work files any time and anywhere they want. Personally, we also benefit a lot from using online file sharing platforms as they enable us to share memories in the form of pictures and videos with our family and friends. We understand that choosing the best file sharing service provider online is not a straightforward task, so we have published a blog post on our website to help you find the best online file sharing platform that is suitable for your needs.”

Edwards explains that there are three major factors that need to be considered when choosing an online file sharing service. First, the server’s connection should be strong and reliable and the rate of file transfer must be quick as well. Next, it is important to choose a file sharing platform that has an excellent reputation when it comes to online security and enhanced policy regarding personal data privacy. Finally, Edwards states that the file sharing platform’s websites and mobile apps also need to be as flawless as possible. “Fewer hiccups are synonymous with more reliable software and lesser chances of losing files unexpectedly,” he says.

As noted on the blog post, the first file sharing service that online users can consider choosing is Dropbox because it provides users with 2GB of free storage. The next one is iCloud, Apple’s cloud storage, which gives 5 GB free of iCloud storage to every user with an Apple ID. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s cloud storage, OneDrive, is also a good cloud service because it comes with 5GB of free storage and has a Personal Vault, which is an area of storage that can only be accessed with a two-step identification process. Hard Drive Recovery Associates also highlights Google Drive, which offers not only free space but also access to file creation tools. Last but not least, the company recommends the file sharing service WeTransfer, which allows multiple files to be sent through a custom link. Each service has its own level of data security.

As noted on the company’s website, Hard Drive Recovery Associates is a data recovery company that has been recovering important data from consumer and business hard drives since 1990. Over the years, the company has had experience with a variety of hard drive failure causes, including everything from major fires to floods as well as dropped laptops and simple hard drive malfunctions. The company further acknowledges that every hard drive failure situation has its own unique conditions that requires unique solutions.

Edwards adds, “Our company takes pride in the fact that our data recovery rate is around 98%, which means we guarantee that we can recover your data if you contact us with a hard drive failure problem—or we don’t charge you at all. We feel confident that we can make this guarantee because 20% of our business comes from referrals from our satisfied clients.”

In order to fully accommodate the needs of their clients, the company is open 24 hours a day. Edwards also encourages people to give them a call as soon as possible, once they think they have a hard drive problem, to prevent any file damage. He explains that a support call with Hard Drive Recovery Associates is always free, and they can provide a good action plan for retrieving valuable data even over the phone. Furthermore, interested parties may also avail the company’s free hard drive failure evaluation by filling in an online form.

For 20 years, it has been the mandate of Hard Drive Recovery Associates to provide their clients with the safest and most economical data recovery solutions on the market. The company has built a strong client base of customers and has had several major clients, such as Princeton University, Pepsi and UPS. Those interested may find more information on the company’s website or connect with Hard Drive Recovery Associates via social media to stay abreast of their latest news and announcements.


For more information about Hard Drive Recovery Associates, contact the company here:

Hard Drive Recovery Associates
Jack Edwards
(949) 258-9465
12 Mauchly #7
Irvine, CA

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