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Telecoms company TalkTalk ha sbeen issued with a record 400,000 fine by the ICO for security failings that allowed a cyber attack to access customer data 'with ease'....[Read more]

ICO investigation reveals how charities have been exploiting supporters....[Read more]

Dataspace Scotland proudly announces that for the 3rd year running we have been accredited to ISO9001, ISO14001, PD5454 and BS4783....[Read more]

Imagine that your law firm's offices have just been destroyed by an overnight fire. Nobody was hurt but everything has been burned to a cinder. Can your law firm continue to operate after such a major disaster ?....[Read more]

Thinking of going paperless ? What are the benefits of Scanning ?....[Read more]

We normally see the threats as coming from outside the organisation and all staff would never do any harm to the organisation they love working in! The conference showed that this was not always true!....[Read more]

Google data centre in Belgium was hit by four successive lightening strikes causing some servers to fail and permanantly lose customer data.....[Read more]

Have you ever asked yourself??What if there is ever a fire or flood in the office, or we have a computer virus attack, what will happen to all of my data and records??....[Read more]

In today?s so-called paperless society we still use a great deal of paper..... We'll look here at the key issues that need addressed prior to taking a 'scan it all' approach....[Read more]

Data growth and technology innovations fuels a bright future for Tape....[Read more]

Back in 2011, Google had a bug which deleted all Gmail data for all users. It affected all servers & replication servers. They successfully restored it all from TAPE.....[Read more]

Dataspace Scotland has proudly achieved ISO certification for the Provision of Data Backup Solutions plus Professional Document Archive and Record Management Services.....[Read more]

Dataspace Scotland have joined the Stirling Chamber of Commerce, part of the Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce.....[Read more]

Dataspace Scotland have been accepted onto the Scottish Enterprise Business Growth Program....[Read more]

Formatting hard drives does not necessarily delete data stored on them, a security firm has warned.....[Read more]
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Technical Support

Dataspace Scotland, previously known at Storage Products Services (SPS), have a team of engineers that are available to assist you with all aspects of your data backup. Whether it is hardware or software support you require from our experienced technical team, we are here to help.


Customers can have peace of mind that an engineer will have at his disposal an, identical or similar product to the customers',  to enable them to debug and get to the root of the customers problem.
 
We continue to support many older library systems that other suppliers and service providers do not, so you are always covered.
 
We have technical expertise in a wide range of systems such as Quantum/ATL, Compaq, HP, Sun Microsystems, Storagetek, Dell, TTI, Breecehill, Exabyte, ADIC and Overland.
 

Our technical support line is operated Monday-Friday 08.30 - 18.00 GMT. We can provide out of hours support where required.
 
Should you require on-site support, this can also be arranged at your convenience. 

Call us on +44 (0) 1786 870967 and ask for TECHNICAL SUPPORT.

Specialists in Managing your Documents & Data.

Records Management, Tape Drive & Library Backup Solutions and Offsite Data Storage for lifetime management of paper based or electronic documents, files & media

Engineers on hand to talk you through the replacement of parts in your library systems
Engineers on hand to talk you through the replacement of parts in your library systems.

Engineers can analyse your backup logs to get to the root of your library's fault
Engineers can analyse your backup logs to get to the root of your library's fault.