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EVault, Inc.
Interview on March 31, 2007
Backup and Recovery Service     Guest: Richard Heitmann
EVault, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Seagate Technology (NYSE:STX), is the trusted expert in complete data protection solutions for over 8,500 small to large enterprise customers globally.

Richard Heitmann, EVault's Vice President, Product Marketing, discusses their online data protection service, EVault Small Business Edition. EVault, which was recently acquired by Seagate, leverages industry-leading, disk-to-disk encrypted data protection technology to provide businesses with affordable, easy-to-use backup and recovery software and online services. Since 1997, EVault's software and outsourced services for backup, recovery, archiving, business continuity and e-discovery has allowed customers to conform to industry-specific compliance and security regulations.
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