StorageCraft offers free backup to businesses in Hurricane Matthew danger zone
DRAPER, Utah, – Businesses and non-profit organizations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina are encouraged to back up their systems and data in preparation for the possible catastrophic effects of Hurricane Matthew. Organizations can back up their data for free with the StorageCraft ShadowProtect SPX software by visiting www.storagecraft.com/storms where they will receive instructions on how to download the software.
“The best way to ensure business continuity after the storm is to prepare before the storm,” said Curt James, vice president of marketing and business development at StorageCraft. “ShadowProtect SPX gives IT professionals a chance to back up, and reliably recover, their critical systems and data quickly. This will allow them to focus even more time on safeguarding their businesses and families as the storm approaches. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people who could be impacted by Hurricane Matthew.”
Once accessed, the award-winning ShadowProtect SPX software gives users 30 days to back up their systems and data. Organizations who back up data by Oct. 14, 2016, will be provided the ability to recover the data free of charge. This offer will help the region’s organizations in their efforts to prepare and regain or maintain business continuity after the storm passes.
Users may download the software and receive instructions on how to back up and recover their systems and data by visiting www.storagecraft.com/storms.
The StorageCraft family of companies, founded in 2003, provides best-in-class backup, disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions for servers, desktops and laptops. StorageCraft delivers software products that reduce downtime, improve security and stability for systems and data, and lower the total cost of ownership. For more information, visit www.storagecraft.com.
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