Apr
22

Relief for IT Pros Hit by Southern US Floods

Relief for IT Pros Hit by Southern US Floods

April 22
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In an effort to assist IT professionals in Southern US states threatened by floods, StorageCraft issued a news release today about free backup and disaster recovery downloads. We’ve included the text of the news release here, and invite our Recovery Zone readers to share the story and links with anyone they know in the affected region. We wish all the businesses and families who are facing losses from all the rough weather a quick recovery.


StorageCraft ShadowProtect - Free Download For Flood Relief

StorageCraft Technology Corporation – Draper, UT

DRAPER, Utah – April 22, 2016 – Businesses and non-profit organizations in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi that were affected by the recent catastrophic floods are being offered a free three-day version of backup and disaster recovery software from StorageCraft® Technology Corp. The free software download offer is for StorageCraft ShadowProtect® IT Edition and is available until May 20.

“StorageCraft wants to provide businesses and other organizations a tool that can help them and their communities return to normal life as soon as possible,” said Lee Schor, Vice President of Sales – Americas at StorageCraft. “This offer gives IT professionals a chance to back up their critical data and systems quickly so they can focus on other aspects of their businesses, clients and families during the aftermath of these devastating storms.”

Once accessed, the award-winning ShadowProtect software gives users three days to backup an unlimited number of laptops, desktops and servers, even if ShadowProtect wasn’t installed on the machine prior to the disaster. ShadowProtect IT Edition will help the region’s organizations in their efforts to regain or maintain business continuity.
Users may download the software and receive instructions on how to backup and recover their systems and data by visiting www.storagecraft.com/storms between now and May 20, 2016.

See the complete news release HERE.