Comodo Releases Update to Comodo Backup

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Sept. 18</strong><br />In its continuing commitment to help end-users protect their PCs, Comodo Security Solutions has released Comodo BackUp version 1.0.2. </p><p>This update enables easier automated file duplication and recovery, so users can quickly schedule ongoing backups of critical files. </p><p>This free solution addresses a critical need of many users who understand the importance of file backup but have failed to implement such a policy or procedure because of concerns over difficulty and cost.<br /><br />Comodo&#39;s new version of its backup solution addresses these issues. </p><p>The release incorporates new features designed to enable the safe and easy backup of critical data. </p><p>Suitable for home users and network administrators alike, Comodo BackUp protects data from system crashes, accidental deletion and corruption from viruses. </p><p>Files that are backed up can be saved to a variety of customer-selected media such as a local or network drives, as well as FTP servers and CD/DVD rewriters. </p><p>Should the original files become damaged or lost, users can quickly recover them using Comodo BackUp&#39;s one-touch “restore” feature.<br /><br />This new release is further demonstration of Comodo&#39;s commitment to provide consumers easy access to solutions that keep their computer safe. </p><p>”Backing up files is an important part of safe PC practices since one never knows when files may be lost due to hackers or viruses,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect. “Now, home users and network administrators have a simple and free way to automatically protect their data. This is yet another essential, free tool we&#39;ve developed to help consumers to maintain safe and secure computers.”</p>

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