Unitrends Free Shirt Promotion Draws “Amazing” Response

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New Free “Modern Backup 2” Shirt Offer Draws Requests for more than 100 Shirts in the First 30 Minutes

We’re committed to increasing the awareness of our customer-focused – some say customer-obsessed – approach to creating backup solutions that let our customers focus on their business instead of focusing on backup.

Unitrends (http://www.unitrends.com ), the leader in affordable, heterogeneous disk-based D2D data protection appliances for small and medium businesses, today announced the initial success of its “Modern Backup 2” shirt giveaway promotion. More than 100 requests for shirts were received within the first 30 minutes that the offer went online.

“We are pleased with the response to our ‘Modern Backup 2’ promotion,” said Dr. Mark Campbell, chief operating officer, Unitrends. “We’re committed to increasing the awareness of our customer-focused – some say customer-obsessed – approach to creating backup solutions that let our customers focus on their business instead of focusing on backup.”

More information may be found on the home page of Unitrends located at http://www.unitrends.com.

About Unitrends
Small and medium businesses have the same critical reliance on the integrity of their data as enterprises, but often can’t afford the operational expenditure of a dedicated staff or the capital expenditure of replacing their IT infrastructure. Unitrends provides enterprise-level data protection, at the lowest total cost of ownership in the industry, through a family of scalable disk-based data protection appliances that integrate and protect existing heterogeneous computer and storage systems through a single, intuitive, graphical user interface.

Unitrends uses a common backup and recovery engine for providing protection for over 100 different versions of operating systems and applications. This means you can support various versions of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware, Sun Solaris, Novell OES, Novell Netware, Novell GroupWise, Novell eDirectory, Linux, FreeBSD, Apple MacOS X, IBM pSeries/AIX, HP HP-UX, SCO UnixWare, SCO OpenServer, IBM iSeries/OS400, and SGI IRIX on notebooks, PCs, workstations, and servers and on DAS, NAS, or SAN storage – all using a single backup appliance.

Information about Unitrends can be found at http://www.unitrends.com.

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