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Disaster memory recovery service deposit Limited

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-07-27 16:07:00
Disaster memory recovery service deposit Limited : For many years, businesses have been able to recover their critical data in the face of the unexpected, such as an industrial accident, fire or flood, but specialised “disaster recovery” haven’t been available to individual consumers, until now. The Memory Deposit Limited is launching a personal disaster recovery service based around a ‘virtual safety deposit box’ and contact facility that means “irreplaceable” documents can be recovered and legalities set straight if disaster strikes. James Green, managing director of The Memory Deposit, explains:“Following incidents where life and limb have remained intact, a repeating theme is the distress caused by the loss of personal items.






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