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Old April 21st 09, 05:14 AM posted to uk.comp.vendors
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Default Online Backup

BackupRight.com is an online data backup solution for home, mobile,
and business use. Not to be confused with online storage, BackupRight
is a full featured backup solution designed specifically for secure
and reliable backup over the internet.Simply, BackupRight is a
software application that securely packages your data for encrypted
delivery and storage. BackupRight uses the same commerce and banking
class SSL encryption that protects your personal information on e-
commerce sites and online banks.

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