Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 27, 2011
Storagepipe Solutions has released an entertaining new viral video - called “RAM In The Boot Sector” - that highlights the contributions of IT support workers and pokes fun at the most common bad computing habits.
The video is a follow-up to another viral video – called “Data Protection Has Changed – which was released last year and has managed to attract over 20,000 views on YouTube.
Although this new video has just recently been released, it’s already accumulated 10,000 views in the first 2 weeks and – according to Storagepipe - has been featured on over a dozen industry blogs. It’s still very early, but the marketing team at Storagepipe has estimated that this new video will reach very high numbers within its first year.
According to a Storagepipe spokesperson:
“We’re still in the early stages, and we’ve barely promote this song at all. But the video is already showing a lot of viral traction on FaceBook and other social networks. Based on these early numbers, I think it would be reasonable to see viewership rise to at least a hundred thousand within the first year. Although this might not seem like a large number when compared to other successful YouTube viral videos, this would certainly make it one of the most viewed YouTube videos on the topic of online backup.”
The song pokes fun at some of the most common “bad habits” of computing, such as:
- Adding too many browser toolbars
- Running program files without checking if they’re safe
- Saving all documents to the desktop
According to Storagepipe:
“As an online backup company, many of our customers are IT professionals. The people who work in corporate IT departments are incredibly important and underappreciated, so we felt that they were entitled to their own anthem.”
The company also plans to release an MP3 version of the song, so that fans can listen on the road or share with friends.
Storagepipe has been providing online backup services for over 10 years, and has since expanded their line to include other corporate IT services such as archiving, server replication and many other services.
To contact Storagepipe directly, visit http://storagepipe.com.