Acronis True Image Enterprise Server Highlights Radio Show
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Acronis, Inc., (http://www.acronis.com/) the technological leader in storage management software, announced that marketing director Stephen Lawton will discuss Acronis True Image Enterprise Server on the Let's Talk Computers(R) show on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2005. Let's Talk Computers ranks as one of the longest running radio computer talk shows, distributing up-to-the minute computer information since 1989. Hosts Alan Ashendorf and Sandra Ashendorf interviewed Stephen Lawton about trends in enterprise- and corporate disaster recovery and backup. Past guests have included representatives from Adobe, Microsoft, Novell, IBM, Lotus, "PC World", Seagate, Citrix, Computer Associates, Symantec, "MarketWire", Ziff-Davis and a host of other companies.
"Let's Talk Computers makes every effort to evaluate the products and services it showcases in real-world situations by applying solutions to real- life problems," said co-host Alan Ashendorf. "We use the expertise and facilities of Total Solutions, Inc. to assist in that regard. This helps to insure that, unlike many other so-called reviewers, we have actually used the products that we talk about."
"Trends in the corporate and enterprise backup environment have been evolving, moving more toward an image-based backup strategy rather than only a file-based strategy," said Lawton. "Recent events have demonstrated the urgent need for companies to have a disaster recovery plan in place, as well as disk images of their mission-critical servers and workstations. Those companies that do have images, particularly those with images stored on remote servers as part of an enterprise-wide disaster recovery plan, are better equipped to get their computer systems and their businesses up and running quickly after a server failure.
"Small businesses also need a disaster recovery plan," Lawton added. "The US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 93% of all companies that experience 'significant data loss' are out of business within five years. The ramifications of data loss today are staggering."
Produced in Nashville, TN, Let's Talk Computers is broadcast via radio in Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Texas and New Mexico and on the World Wide Web via the Internet. For more information on the program, visit lets-talk-computers.com/ .
Acronis offers storage management solutions that are technically advanced for mission-critical applications but easy to use. The company provides disaster recovery, backup and restore, partitioning, boot management, privacy, data migration, and other storage management products for enterprises, corporations and consumers of any qualification. Acronis has offices in the United States, Europe and Asia and sells its products through retail outlets, resellers and on the Web. For additional information, please visit www.acronis.com/ or contact Director of Marketing Stephen Lawton at [email protected].
CONTACT: Stephen Lawton of Acronis, +1-650-875-7593, ext. 124, or