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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $45 - Posted
I need an Excel list created of all the solo and two attorney firms who are members of the Boston Bar (I currently use - By solo and two attorney firms, I mean they is only 1 or 2 attorneys working at the office. I would like them in these categories: Name, Firm Name, address, email, phone and website (if provided). If you can determine if they are a solo or two attorney firm that would be great because that's who I'm targeting. Each will need to be a separate column header on the spreadsheet. This ensures that I can easily filter the data.
Skills: Data Recovery Data mining Data Science Data scraping
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $350 - Posted
My companies small network was hit with the Zepto ransom-ware virus. It seems to have encrypted mostly Word, Excel and .Txt files. The nature of the virus is that it deletes the original files, creates copies of them that it then encrypts. I don't expect to gain access to these files by decrypting them. I would like an Engineer/Expert who specializes in file/data recovery to assist, if possible, in recovering the original files that the virus deleted. These files were mostly stored on a 2008 Windows File Server under individual user directories. They would be the 3 file types specified above. - I would need you to use dedicated File Recovery software that is Enterprise grade. (Which you would provide or have access to). - You would not have access to the File Server but would have to direct me using Skype etc. - I would need a written plan of action before we begin. - What reasonable expectations should I have? I would also like to gain more knowledge in this field, specifically from a Forensics perspective. I would like a formal layout of where I can gain this knowledge, a certification track, courseware from classes you may have taken, etc. Again, a formal layout would be appreciated. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ** A bonus will be available for exceptional work that goes above and beyond.*** ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Skills: Data Recovery
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I have a client who has been collecting data via tablet using the iAuditor. The data consists of three types of audits Fire, Lighting and Smoke. Our client now uses another system to collect this data. Our problem is that we can extract the data in csv format into three separate files but the address field is merged into one column, we need this to be split into No. Add1, addr2, post code for example. Next we need each link entry to have a link to the original PDF. This can not be done through the normal export function on iAuditor but only via the API supplied by iAuditor. Would it be possible to load via a google spreadsheet??? Hope someone can help.
Skills: Data Recovery Microsoft Excel
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am trying to find someone who will tutor me on Stata by skype. You will see my PC screen. You don't code yourself. I will code, I will ask questions, you answer. I will pay you at least minimum $20/hour. note: 1)you must be available most of the time when required during the hours which we will decide. 2)must have excellent communication skills 3)must have excellent knowledge of stata
Skills: Data Recovery Data Encoding Data Science Stata
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
Looking for a blog/programming/intellectual property expert who can retrieve the presumably lost data from my old personal blog, whose domain had expired over a year ago. Quite frankly I'm not sure if the data/blog posts are even still intact, kept in the old server somewhere. However I've spent at least 3 years from 2012-2015 writing blog posts that meant a lot to me and my readers, until I lost everything. I've been unable to write anything since, and I would really appreciate anyone who could help me 1. retrieve my old blog posts, or 2. tell me at least for sure what had happened to them. I had purchased a private domain and built a personal Wordpress blog that I had written regularly through 2012-2015. However in early 2015, I think my blog had been hacked or had been affected by some kind of malware, which lead Arvixe, a cheap web hosting provider, to arbitrarily shut down my blog (because apparently it was sending out spam emails). I've written emails to Arvixe demanding them to restore my blog immediately, but instead they had asked me to fix the malware problem first, which I had no idea how. To make things worse, while I was busy with day to day life and failed to address the issue immediately, my purchased domain had expired and the blog is now completely gone. Up until that point I had viewership of over 600,000 views and a good following in South Korea (I'm Korean Canadian who'd been writing blog posts targeted to South Koreans). I love writing and I would like to get back to writing blogs, only that I've been traumatized from my previous experience and unable to move on. The only silver lining is that I emailed Arvixe again in November 2015, and they said although my domain has expired, my files were still intact in their server at the time. They asked me to check my files via FTP, but I have close to zero knowledge in programming and have no idea how the web hosting/servers/domains work. So if anyone can please help me retrieve at least the old blog posts/data from my blog, I would much appreciate it. Thank you.
Skills: Data Recovery Blog Development Data Backup Domain Migration
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Looking for an experienced person who knows how to convert Quickbooks *.QBB file format to *.XLS. 6 files total. Not sure what the output will look like as we don't know what data is contained in the *.QBB files. So we'll have to work together on the output format once we understand the data contained.
Skills: Data Recovery