One-Button Disaster Recovery Available For Small, Medium Businesses

As accounting professionals, we live and die by bits and bytes of computer data. If you lost all computer systems in your firm, do you know what it would take to get your firm back "online?"

Hewlett-Packard does. The worldwide market leader in tape backup solutions just recently announced that its One-Button Disaster Recovery (OBDR) system now can be utilized by many of the leading servers used in small- to medium-sized businesses. Among those supported: Acer, Compaq, Dell and IBM. ARCserve IT for NT is scheduled to support OBDR by October. OBDR used to be compatible only with HP NetServer systems.

Now, you can restore your operating system, configuration, applications, preferences, drivers and data files with the push of a button. Voila! You're back in business. There won't be any shuffling through software disks and manuals for you.

Sound too good to be true? It gets better. You can get HP's One-Button Disaster Recovery at no additional charge with the HP SureStore line of DAT-based tape backup products.

http://www.hp.com/tape


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