As you've likely figured out by now, my name is Doug Gilbert. I'm a student at Western Michigan University and an alumnus of Schoolcraft College. At Schoolcraft, I earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems. Here, at Western Michigan, I study Telecommunication and Information Management. In addition to my formal education, I also have several years of informal experience in the IT industry. I've been exposed to computers for nearly my entire life and have had a passion for learning about how things work for just as long.
If you're intersted in finding out more about my background, qualifications, and experience, you can read more about that stuff right here.
Otherwise, take a quick look at just a few of the many services I have to offer.
By utlizing the same highly advanced and extremely accurate tools that law enforcement agencies use for their forensic extractions, I am able to recover nearly any type of data that you may find valuable. Delete a school paper you spent hours on? No problem. Delete a client's entire photoset? Not an issue. To find out more about this highly valuable service, read on right over here.
Using the most advanced tools available which utilize extremely aggressive hueristic engines, I am able to detect, remove, and in many cases, pinpoint the source of the infection. If you'd like to learn more about this service click here.
More often than not, simple issues can be resolved quickly and easily over the internet. The process is extremely simple and you can view exactly what's being done so that if the issue were to arise again in the future, you'd know exactly how to correct it! To read more about how remote assitance works just click here.
If you don't see what you're looking for listed here. Fret not, I offer a very wide range of service, most of which are listed on the services page. If what you're looking for isn't there, just contact me. It's possible I just let it slip my mind.
Still craving to know more about me or what I do? Check out the social links at the bottom left of every page. You can find me on Facebook, LinkedIn, and even Google+... and maybe, just maybe, YouTube in the near future.