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Ilse Jurriƫn : March 2nd 2006 - 16:40 CET

ProtectMyPhotos online photo backup service


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ProtectMyPhotosProtectMyPhotos online photo backup service : ProtectMyPhotos launched its new online photo backup service, coinciding with the PMA 2006 convention. The company is focused on providing the most complete photo protection service for consumers. ProtectMyPhotos automatically uploads users' digital photos using their broadband connection, and continues to check for additions and changes. Photos are stored at secure datacenters in two geographic locations, and customers can access them anytime via the Web. In the event of data loss, photos are easily restored to their original form. Rare for online storage, ProtectMyPhotos also ensures pictures are restored with their original file locations and dates and with no reduction of quality.
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"We started this company because we needed this service ourselves. Other backup solutions such as burning CD's, expensive online services, and companies that force you to order prints just didn't cut it," says Cliff Shaw, CEO of ProtectMyPhotos. "Our goal with ProtectMyPhotos was to create an affordable and easy-to-use service that allowed for seamless uploading and protection of customers' digital photos, and required zero maintenance. Market research shows that 97% of digital camera owners would be distraught if they lost their family photos, but only 18% have all of their photos backed up. I think that says a lot about the shortcomings of the current solutions. When it comes to backup, people want it to just plain work."

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"2006 will go down as the year that broadband finally fulfilled its promise, especially in online backup," says Shaw. "High-speed connections have always promised to deliver these types of solutions and the smart players are focusing on automatic and perfect end-to-end delivery. Our service helps users transfer thousands of photos with no guesswork. You will see us quickly change peoples' perceptions of what it means to upload thousands of files." The service costs $5.95 per month and is available now at the company's web site.

About ProtectMyPhotos
ProtectMyPhotos provides maintenance-free, secure online backup for digital photographs and strives be the most complete and secure photo backup solution for consumers. The company sells its service through its web. ProtectMyPhotos is based in Boulder, Colorado and is privately funded.





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