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Top professionals including Gillware CEO Brian Gill share their tips for preparing for popular Java interview questions: http://hubs.ly/H07-Z4k0

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Just weeks after WannaCry, a new global ransomware attack has taken center stage. The new strain "Petya" has paralyzed computers around the world, affecting ATMs, radiation monitors, and even chocolate factories. What can you do to keep your organization safe from ransomware cyberattacks? Read, download, and print our ransomware prevention guide to find out. http://hubs.ly/H07X9qz0

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Lightning strikes, as we know, are bad for electronics—especially that external hard drive you use to store all your family photos (and torrented episodes of Game of Thrones – shh, we won’t tell anyone). In fact, the data recovery experts at Gillware see a clear pattern every year: as the summer months fall upon us and lightning storms become more common, we start seeing a lot more lightning-fried hard drives come into our lab.

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What is the storage capacity of a deep freezer--in terabytes? Note: We strictly disapprove of placing hard drives in cold storage.
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If you’re curious about the founding and early days of Gillware, want to know more about the world of data recovery, or you’re looking for advice for starting your own business, you’re sure to find something that will pique your curiosity in Gillware CEO Brian Gill’s interview with Jeff from TheTechMentor.

Part one of four of this interview covers the incident that inspired Brian and Tyler Gill to start their own data recovery company, as well as Gillware’s humble start out of Brian’s basement (yes, we know, most tech startups begin in a garage, but here in Wisconsin, the garage gets a little too chilly in the winter months to be a safe working environment).

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When you use data recovery software properly and in the right situations, it can make your life a lot easier. When you use data recovery software improperly, it can make our jobs a lot harder. Learn the "Do"s and "Don't"s of using data recovery software yourself to retrieve your lost files in our guest post on Dom's Tech and Computer Blog! http://hubs.ly/H07MZN60

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SD cards are cheap so nobody would bother repairing them unless they had some very critical data they wanted to retrieve. But of course, for people in some professions, like wedding photographers, that lost data can be very critical indeed. Here's a look at the kind of work that has to go into SD card repair from Gillware CEO Brian Gill. http://hubs.ly/H07MSGQ0
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TheTechMentor found Brian Gill to be an intense yet humble man who when prompted at a kids sports game might only say he “does computer stuff”, preferring not to get into how he and the Gillware Data Recovery team have sculpted one of the leading companies in hard drive recovery, solid state drive recovery and now is helping catch criminals and lock them away in a foray into forensic data recovery.

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When your computer stops working, you have a veritable police lineup of potential culprits right there in your PC. Picking them out takes some sleuthing, some working out of various context clues, and tedious diagnostics. All the while, of course, you’re wondering if all of your important documents, your family photos, your music library, and any other assorted projects you’ve kept on your computer are still safe. For those of us who store huge portions of our lives on our computers, it’s a gut-wrenching feeling.
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