(PRWEB) September 1, 2005
Tugboat Enterprises CEO Judi Tyabji Wilson will appear on the popular Fox News Radio Code Red! Show with Al McComber, live at 6:35 a.m. ET on September 1, 2005 to discuss Operation Data Recovery.
Operation Data Recovery will help victims of Hurricane Katrina because Tugboat Enterprises is offering complimentary Lifeboat Data Rescue programs and technical support for the program to individuals and companies whose computers were hit by Hurricane Katrina. The offer is extended as a part of corporate goodwill toward individuals and companies who are most affected. Operation Data Recovery is valid for anyone living in Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee or South Carolina and runs from August 30, 2005 until Friday, September 16th at 6 p.m. ET.
Companies or individuals who have lost data on their computers or who need to move files from malfunctioning Windows applications can contact Tugboat Enterprises Ltd either through their Web site http://www.TugboatEnterprises.com or toll-free at 1-888-688-9199. They can also fax in an order to 604-487-4255 (fax).
Code Red! airs live Monday through Friday from 6:00AM to 7:00AM (Eastern) and you can listen to live the Code Red! radio show on WMET 1160AM programming via online streaming audio on a computer from anywhere around the world, visit: http://www.coderedradioshow.com and click on the "Listen Live" button at the top of the page.
Lifeboat Data Rescue retails for $99.99 and provides almost instant access to files on a crashed computer. If the laptop or PC is malfunctioning, Lifeboat can boot up to bypass the malfunctioning software to provide networked access to move files safely, without opening up the hard drive of the affected computer. It works whether the problem is a virus, a worm, the blue screen of death, or other software issues.
Lifeboat is the first of four new products being launched by the high tech start-up company Tugboat Enterprises, out of British Columbia, Canada. Lifeboat has helped customers recover data quickly and inexpensively since its launch in May 2005.