(Gawkwire) – DTI Data, a hard drive recovery service that is proud to serve the United States military, along with major companies like Cisco and the Ford Motor Company, is happy to offer free hard drive recovery, this June, to Joplin, Missouri tornado victims. The May 22 tornado was the deadliest tornado in nearly 60 years.

DTI Data immediately wanted to find a way to express their deepest condolences. During this time of mourning and recovery, offering free hard drive recovery can help many businesses regain valuable information.

John Best, Director of Information Technology for DTI Data, commented on the devastation.

“We offer our prayers and deepest sympathies and while it cannot replace the many things lost, we hope we can offer a ray of sunshine in an otherwise dark cloud.”

DTI Data is proud to provide free recovery to the first 50 hard drives they receive in the month of June. The hard drives must be from residents of Joplin, Missouri, who were affected by this terrible tragedy. The free hard drive recovery excludes parts and shipping fees.

DTI Data is a proud Southern company that helps businesses nationwide. They were one of the first companies to offer aid to victims of Hurricane Katrina. When they saw the devastation of the Joplin, Missouri tornado, they knew it was once again time to help.

People who look to DTI Data for hard drive recovery can count on expert service. Hard drive recovery is DTI Data’s specialty. Their service continues to help businesses across the country, because of their teamwork approach.

A full staff of expert engineers works in collaboration with a highly trained research and development team. Together, they constantly work to stay ahead of the hard drive technology and recovery curve. This hard work has resulted in constant hard drive recovery results.

For more information, please visit: dtidata.com

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