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Storage Access Introduces Remote Enterprise Data Protection

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Storage @ccess Technologies, Inc. this week announced the availability of its remote enterprise class data protection services. Based on the @ccess Data Protection family of services, the company's remote offerings are available via a remote direct or Internet connection. All data is stored and managed at one of the company's Storage Network Access Points - ensuring a highly secure transport and storage environment.

"By extending our world class @ccess Data Protection service, we can offer a full range of data protection services to virtually any business anywhere," said Paul Sachse, Chief Technology Officer of Storage Access. "This offering reaches those customers outside the data center and spans the entire enterprise including servers, desktops and laptops."

The @ccess Data Protection family of services, according to Storage @ccess allow users to backup mission critical data from a direct connection, a remote direct connection or from an Internet connection. The service is easy to use and affordable with minimal set-up time required. Storage Access offers individual account support through a customer portal for online help desk, additional storage request processing and distribution of information and updates to the base service.

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