Paragon Software To Offer Webinar On Data Disaster Recovery W/Free Trial Software

On Tuesday, September 20th, Paragon Software Group, a leading supplier of data backup and recovery utilities, will host a seminar on backup and disaster recovery for those interested in learning about best practices for data protection and system restoration.  One attendee will receive Paragon’s Hard Disk Manager 11 Professional, and all attendees will receive a free trial version of Paragon’s robust system image and disk image backup software, Drive Backup 10 Server.  Hard Disk Manager 11 is a well-received software with glowing reviews from PC Magazine, Micro Mart, Top Ten Reviews, and CompuActive.

A 2007 study by MetaGroup found that 97% of data losses resulted from human or mechanical error, and the costs to businesses and individuals are incalculable.  Tom Fedro, president of Paragon Software Group and a leading expert in the field of data storage, claims the webinars are designed to allow interested individuals to acquire an understanding of software backup and recovery procedures.  “The world runs on data, and that reliance is only going to increase.  Protection of that data and recovery of it in the case of a disaster has to be a top priority.”

The webinar will begin at 11am PDT, and interested individuals can sign up at the company’s website.

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