SPBU | Announces Recepit Of First Purchase Order From VAIO North America Division Of Sony

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Market Demand Fuels Company's Decision to Expand Enterprise Capabilities of its Popular Automated, Online Backup Applications

Jul 30, 2008 8:50:00 AM
PALM DESERT, Calif., July 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Spare Backup, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: SPBU), a leading provider of automated, online backup applications, has today announced the expansion of its enterprise-level "Corporate Protection Products" with the receipt of its first purchase order from VAIO North America, a division of Sony Electronics.

This announcement comes on the heels of Spare Backup's recent focus on enterprise-level solutions, bringing its reliable, automated data storage services to IT managers and business executives at large corporations around the globe.

"We are very pleased that Sony's VAIO division has chosen to use Spare Backup for its enterprise storage needs," said Cery Perle, CEO of Spare Backup, Inc. "Within days of making this information public, we have already been approached by other large corporations that are interested in aligning themselves with Spare Backup, and we are confident that our revenue in the Third Quarter will only continue to increase because of this."

With Spare Backup's "Corporate Protection Products" line, system administrators using the software will have the ability to define business rules for protecting and preserving their valuable corporate assets on business-class desktops, laptops and Windows servers. Account status and passwords can be changed and secure license keys can be distributed in a matter of seconds, all on an easy-to-use web interface.

Additionally, the "Corporate Protection Products" line provides customizable choices, such as backup throttling to minimize CPU usage on slower machines and an auto pause feature to ensure that a backup does not affect computer usage. It even includes a bandwidth throttling to ensure that backups do not utilize the entire Internet bandwidth and slow down other Internet-intensive programs.

To ensure the utmost in security, data stored using Spare Backup is first encrypted and then housed in Tier-3 data centers, which are the most secure back office protection methods currently on the market. The "Corporate Protection Products" line's predictive software also determines when a disk failure might occur and moves the data to a healthy drive to offer the ultimate in data protection.

"Even the most reliable hard drives have an eventual failure rate of 100%, and large and small companies alike are haunted by the realization that their important corporate files are at risk," continued Perle. "Now that we've helped a substantial number of small- to mid-sized businesses alleviate the headaches caused by lost data, we are looking forward to doing the same at the enterprise level."