Most computer users use spreadsheets software such as Microsoft Excel in their daily home and office. However very few are aware of the potential of spreadsheets in helping them in financial accounting and statistical analysis.
It’s no secret that software companies operate in a very competitive space where rivalry is increasingly fierce and where profit margins can be razor thin. New, smaller software companies are sprouting up each month and the leading software companies continually make strong advancements forward leveraging massive cash flow reserves. This cycle makes it difficult for the mid-sized software company to compete because (a) they don’t typically have the cash flow necessary to take giant leaps forward in the industry and (b) because they need to continually move forward to stay ahead of the smaller software companies that are vying for their slot in the marketplace. Consequently, making the jump from an unknown to a mainstream brand can prove to be very difficult for the mid-sized software company.
Data recovery is a process whereby you can save data and
files you accidentally deleted, had eaten by malicious
software or viruses, hardware failures, corporate espionage
and many more scenarios. Most people believe that when the
hard drive crashes their world ends also, but that’s not
usually the case. In fact 85% of the time the data is
recoverable, and at far less trouble and expense than you
might fear at first.