OLD MEDIA – NO PROBLEM
The 3.5″ floppy became the standard storage disk in the late 1980s, due mainly to the fact that it provided better protection and more compact data storage than its predecessor the 5.25″ floppy. This was slowly replaced by other formats including Zip, Jaz and Tape Drives.
We can access data on most media types including, Zip, Jaz, Tape, Cassette, CD, 5.25″ and 3.5″ floppy disks and then transfer the salvaged files onto a more accessible media.
Many companies still have files stored on these types of media and use our services to recover or transfer data from them.
ADSG Jaz Drive and media (Advanced Digital Systems Group) was a Sony Data Storage System launched around 1999
The Iomega Ditto and Ditto Max tapes from the 1990’s were aimed at small business file back-up and archive storage
Syquest 5.25″ inch removable cartridge drives (44, 88 and 200MB capacities) were commonly used on Apple Mac systems.
Magnetic Tape Storage