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Guidance Software releases remote data-recovery tool.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-October 15, 2014-Guidance Software releases remote data-recovery tool

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Guidance Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: GUID) said it has introduced EnCase Remote Recovery +, a remote data recovery and system diagnostic tool that enables IT help desk professionals to recover deleted files from anywhere on their networks without user disruption.

It also supports system troubleshooting, helping to avoid computer downtime. Based on the EnCase Enterprise platform, EnCase Remote Recovery + is a simplified version of the powerful digital investigation software that features a streamlined user interface and deployment process. This easy-to-use new tool does not require training nor forensic expertise.

With EnCase Remote Recovery +, IT help desk professionals can quickly recover deleted files such as emails, PowerPoint presentations, contracts, and photos while users continue to use their computers. In addition, IT help desk staff can search a variety of storage devices for lost files including servers, desktops, USBs, memory cards, MP3s, and digital cameras. The product works with all major operating systems, including Windows, Linux, OS X, NetWare, Unix, HP-UX, Solaris, and AIX.

EnCase Remote Recovery + was developed by leveraging the proven EnCase Enterprise platform, currently deployed on more than 22 million endpoints in 70 of the top Fortune 100 enterprises and many government organizations around the world.

Guidance Software is an industry leader in endpoint investigation solutions for security incident response and forensic analysis. For more, visit www.encase.com.

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