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RenewData Introduces Non-Native Encrypted Tape Extraction

GRC Announcements | April 13, 2012

RenewData, a provider of review acceleration and media restoration solutions, now offers the non-native extraction and restoration of encrypted tapes. With the addition of this capability, clients can quickly react to legal matters or regulatory investigations in a timely and cost-effective manner.

This new offering bolsters RenewData's comprehensive solution for the extraction and restoration of data from virtually all varieties of media, software, email, and data types. With the company's proprietary “non-native environment” technology, files are extracted directly from media without the need to re-create the native environment.

Files that span across more than one tape can be extracted or restored without multiple reads or having to process each tape in the original sequence. This is made possible by the company's patent-pending “single-pass” processing technology. Both of these capabilities streamline the number of steps and the amount of time required for processing media while also reducing costs. 

More information can be found on their Website here.