Lets's Talk Computers - Kroll Ontrack Inc.  January 22, 2005
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Kroll Ontrack Inc.
Interview on January 22, 2005
Digital Images and Recovery     Guest: Jim Reinert
Kroll Ontrack Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kroll Inc., the world's leading risk-consulting company. Ontrack Data Recovery, http://www.ontrack.com, is a division of Kroll Ontrack and has provided data recovery software and services to corporations and consumers since 1985.

Jim Reinert, senior director of Ontrack Data Recovery discusses PowerControls 3.0. Ontrack PowerControls saves time, money and resources by providing a powerful tool for recovering Microsoft Exchange data. The new release of PowerControls adds a command line interface, more options to tighten security, save view settings upon recovery, and an ability to open multiple sources and targets.
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