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Hard Disk Repair Zone Certified

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23 July 2003

Hard Disk Repair Zone Certified

Leading data recovery company Computer Forensics NZ Ltd has received official certification of its “clean-room” facility to standard AS1386.5.

“A vital part of successful data recovery is the ability to professionally perform repairs to hard disk drives, not only on the logic board, but inside the platter chamber. A certified dust-free environment is critically important to this process,” said its managing director Brian Eardley-Wilmot.

“Our company, now with this internationally recognised facility, has provided services to overseas organisations in Australia, South East Asia and the South Pacific at very competitive prices.”

Computer Forensics NZ Ltd has been solely concerned with the science of commercial data recovery and computer forensics investigations since 1999.

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