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FireVault, Inc. Satisfies the Online Backup and Data Recovery Needs of SMBs

Cliff Boodoosingh on March 14, 2008
 
PLANO, TX--(MARKET WIRE)--Mar 14, 2008 -- FireVault, Inc., a premier player in online backup and data recovery, today announced their dependable, Enterprise-level data backup solution for SMBs. The powerful, full-featured backup software is compatible with PC, Mac (OS X), Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems, and the software can be installed on desktops, laptops, and servers so virtually every machine can be securely backed up nightly.

High-quality infrastructure has enabled FireVault to grow and satisfy customer demands with zero downtime or negative network impact. Every customer's data is housed in a 100%-Dell server environment running on a RAID-5 drive configuration. Between the primary data center located in Dallas and the replication data warehouse, FireVault provides every customer a minimum of three layers of file redundancy.

FireVault securely encrypts each customer's data throughout every phase of the backup process. From the initial offsite transfer to the data warehouse, the powerful blowfish algorithm is in place encrypting data at up to 448-bits. In addition, each customer account is protected by a 100% proprietary and confidential password. No one, not even FireVault Agents can access company files without the exclusive password. This protection helps customers comply with federal regulations like HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, etc.

FireVault's Enterprise-level server environment facilitates a host of services that are often unavailable to SMB owners. For example:

-- Remote-Hands Installation Support is included with every service plan.

-- Daily Email Reports deliver a brief, reassuring confirmation every time the online backup routine completes successfully.

-- FireVault's unique Peace of Mind packet provides step-by-step instructions on how to quickly and easily restore data using the software.

-- Straightforward pricing helps SMB owners predict online backup costs. Backup software licenses are free, and there are never "surprise" charges for bandwidth usage.

"In addition to providing a secure environment, we use only premium bandwidth providers such as AT&T, Level 3, Sprint, MCI/UUNET, and Time Warner to process each backup as quickly as the client's Internet connection will allow them to upload the files," comments Chris Drake, FireVault Founder.

About FireVault, Inc.

FireVault, Inc. is based in Plano, Texas and focuses on delivering fast, secure offsite data backup to SMBs. To learn more about FireVault online data backup, signup for a free FireVault Software trial, or become a reseller, visit http://www.firevault.com.

 

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