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Disaster memory recovery service deposit Limited
Nic Rossmüller : July 27th 2006 - 16:07 CET
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Memory DepositDisaster 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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Important documents stored in the home can easily be wiped out, leaving a person legally vulnerable and unable to prove what’s what. Taking the lead from the corporate disaster recovery market, we’re providing a service that gives individuals the much-needed opportunity to store and recover their vital data without any doubt or distress.” The Memory Deposit provides a long term, large capacity storage area(“virtual safety deposit box”) that can be used for photographs, documents, inventories and anything else the user wishes to save as electronic copies.

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With a single phone call, this data can be recovered rapidly in CD format and dispatched to any location of the customer’s choice. Information to which the customer needs instant access, such as insurance details, can be retrieved immediately by phone. The service also provides an emergency contacts list. If an incident occurs, the customer can phone, SMS, fax or email The Memory Deposit to dictate a broadcast message that will be forwarded to all contacts on their list. Tight security features protect the customers’ data from unauthorised access at all times.

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James Green adds: “We believe we are the only company to offer a disaster recovery service to individuals anywhere in the world. The Memory Deposit goes beyond the traditional services aimed at businesses and helps people replace the irreplaceable. The system is designed to cover as many different circumstances as possible, while also ensuring customers get immediate help.” The cost of using The Memory Deposit is as little as £45 for set up, registration and the first year, and just £20 per year thereafter.





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