NovaStor Named A Consumers Digest Best Buy
The article “Protecting Your Home Computing,” brings attention to the various attacks computers may suffer via the Internet and what users can do to thwart them. Consumers Digest suggested that users install security solutions and highlighted the importance of backing up their data.
According to author, Lincoln Spector, "This software is easier to use than similarly priced products, provides backup to a wide range of media, including tape and Blu-ray discs, and can be set up to purge older backups."
"We’re excited to have NovaBACKUP recognized as A Consumers Digest Best Buy." says Mike Andrews, Managing Director and EVP of Worldwide Sales at NovaStor. "We place great effort in providing the security market with best value solutions and it all pays off when we receive support from such a respected source."
Single licenses of NovaBACKUP start from 49.95 Euro with volume licensing discounts available. NovaBACKUP is available for purchase on-line at www.novastor.com or through preferred channel resellers.
NovaStor (www.novastor.com) is a leading, international provider of software solutions for data availability and protection. NovaStor provides software, SaaS solutions and services for local and online backup, restore and retention of business-critical data. Clients include home, mobile, and SMB users, service providers as well as international corporates. NovaStor's cost-effective solutions are platform- and hardware-independent and ensure that optimal technological and economical use is gained from the customer's existing and future IT environment.
NovaStor is headquartered in Switzerland (Zug), has offices in Germany (Hamburg) and the USA (CA, Agoura Hills), and is represented in numerous other countries through partnerships.
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