Universe Point Launches Home Edition of First Monitored Backup Software

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Universe Point announces the launch of ION Home Edition. This version of the first monitored backup software is designed specifically for the home user. It is available today through http://www.universepoint.com or by calling 610-352-1150.

Universe Point announces the launch of the home edition of ION, the first monitored backup software. Available in packages designed for single computer users, ION Home Edition brings the peace of mind of monitoring out of the office and into the home.

"We realized," says CEO Jeff Snader, "that many home users were not confident in the safety of their important files. They were worried about the possibility of losing valued pictures and documents. Our software, combined with our monitoring service, can provide them with the ability to be sure their favorite memories are backed up."

ION Home Edition provides users with a simple interface in addition to the more detailed view. This interface will walk users through a step by step process that results in a backup schedule that will run automatically and, with monitoring, will not need to be constantly reviewed.

"We know that home users are just as busy as our business clients." says Nic Darling, Director of Marketing, "They too need a backup system that saves them time and provides them peace of mind. And, since they are even less likely to have an IT professional configuring their backup and regularly checking it, the simple interface and the monitoring are of even greater importance."

ION Home Edition comes in a variety of configurations including hard drive packages that provide an external USB hard drive with ION pre-installed and a year of monitoring. Several hard drive and monitoring packages are available at discounted prices on the website at http://www.universepoint.com, or through the sales team at 610-352-1150.

Universe Point is based in Upper Darby, PA and was founded in 2006. The software company is dedicated to the idea that data backup should be simple and worry-free.


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