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Keep your data secure with BizSafe

MEDIA RELEASE Monday 3 December

Keep your data secure with BizSafe

A new and innovative business solution taking the time and hassle out of data security has been developed by TelstraClear.

Called BizSafe, the product is a secure, automated application that intelligently backs up critical files to a remote storage server over the Internet.

TelstraClear Head of Small and Medium Enterprises Brenda Stonestreet says a business' success is based on the quality and security of their data, yet many fail to safe-keep their intellectual property.

"Businesses can lose business critical data through human error, disk, software or hardware failure, viruses, theft or even natural disaster. Securing your data against these is a fundamental business practice. With BizSafe, there's now a robust, simple and cost effective solution."

Starting from $25 per month, BizSafe provides an easy to use data security solution so businesses never need to take these risks again. It takes just a few clicks to initially set up on-line, then BizSafe automatically saves business critical data daily.

BizSafe allows for remote searching for lost files months after they were deleted and provides for disaster recovery. It also allows users to access data remotely via the Business Briefcase.

Ms Stonestreet says that small and medium sized businesses in particular are looking for a simple, affordable back-up solution that is easy to set up and manage, especially for non-technical staff.

"Most small and medium business don't have the time, money or resources to schedule, manage and monitor back ups. With BizSafe there's no need for messy back up disks and the like, and it allays any fears about losing important data for good," she says.

BizSafe is suitable for home businesses with one computer through to secure corporate environments.

Businesses can order and download BizSafe online at www.telstraclear.co.nz/go/bizsafe. A 14 day free trial is available.

BizSafe can be bundled with BizBroadband, BizLine or BizPlan - check out www.telstraclear.co.nz/products-bus/bizplan/.

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