(PRWEB) August 18, 2005
Tugboat Enterprises Chair Gordon Wilson is offering a quick and simple solution for Windows systems crashed by the worm: Lifeboat, a new data recovery program from Tugboat Enterprises.
"If your computer was hit by the worm that struck CNN, ABC and the New York Times, then Lifeboat can come to the rescue to immediately retrieve critical data files."
Using a networked computer with up-to-date anti-virus software, Lifeboat will boot the infected computer using Lifeboat, and all your files are immediately available on the working computer.
Lifeboat was designed for exactly this kind of emergency scenario. It can bypass crashed systems and save workers time for your deadline. Lifeboat will retrieve contact lists, documents, emails, photos and graphic files in less than five minutes.
Lifeboat cannot be infected by the worm. It works quickly on the defunct computer. Says Wilson: "having Lifeboat is like having a spare tire for your car. It's a practical solution to the current worm problem."
Senior Programmer Jonathan Lyster adds a caution, "Don't infect the working computer when you transfer your files; make sure it has the latest anti-virus program to block the worm."
More information about Lifeboat is available at http://www.TugboatEnterprises.com
For an industry review of Lifeboat, its uses and its effectiveness, see http://www.kickstartnews.com
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