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DTI Data

DTI Data

DTI Data is a data recovery company with cleanrooms located in New York and Florida, specifically in St Petersburg, Tampa, and Orlando. Founded in 1998 by David Mohyla who previously authored the digital program "Hard Disk Tech Specs" and "Disk Assist." In addition to recovering hard drives[1] and RAID arrays, they also have a number of free[2] and paid recovery software. Some of DTI's customers include Cisco Systems, Ford Motor Company, Campbell's Soup, NASA, United States Army, United States Navy, United States Marine Corps, and United States Air Force.

In December 2014, DTI Data moved its URL to from its origing URL of The change of the URL name put an emphasis on their business, data recovery. DTI Data also performs computer and digital forensics, eDiscovery, and provides expert witness testimony.

See also


  1. DTI Data, Stellar Excel in data recovery, CRN. July 9, 2004.
  2. DTI Data NTFS Partition Recovery, PC World. March 17, 2008.
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