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Online Backup Services: Spare Backup Now Features Open File Support

Cliff Boodoosingh on February 12, 2008
 *Versatility of Spare Backup Software Extended

 PALM DESERT, Calif., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Spare Backup, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SPBU) announced today that it has enhanced its backup software product line to offer open file support.

With the new open file support capability files of all types whether open, locked or in-use files will automatically be backed up. Key
applications such as SQL, Access, Exchange, Lotus Notes, Oracle, Word, Excel and other custom applications are now backed up without the need to specify that such action be taken. The new file support feature works with both Windows file systems (NTFS, FAT32) and network file systems. The support for networked environments includes the access to open, locked or in-use files over mapped network drives.

Commenting on this development, Mr. Cery Perle, CEO, stated, "Spare Backup continues to add to its already rich array of backup features to ensure that its Spare Backup user has the functionality that satisfies every conceivable need. We are adding to our list of features, and will be coming out with more updates in addition to this in the very near future."

About Spare Backup, Inc.

Spare Backup, Inc. specializes in helping consumers, small office/home office users, and small to mid-sized businesses protect their computer data quickly, automatically and cost-effectively. The company's flagship Spare Backup product is the first totally automated online backup service that intelligently selects, secures and stores files without any user intervention, automatically backing up documents, email, music, photos and other PC files on a continuous basis or according to the schedule of the user's choice. The company is headquartered in Palm Desert, Calif.

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