Lets's Talk Computers - NewTech Infosystems  February 25, 2006
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NewTech Infosystems
Interview on February 25, 2006
One-Button CD Ripping     Guest: Ray McGoldrick
NewTech Infosystems ("NTI") has developed and delivered innovative backup solutions since being founded in 1993

Ray McGoldrick, NTI Sr. Product Manager talks about how NTI Ripper now allows you to take a CD full of songs and with the push of a button, take all of the songs on a CD and store them on your hard drive. With NTI Ripper you can compile your audio files in order to archive them, protect them from loss or damage for future use, and even customize the look of each CD. Ray also announces NTI's 60-day promotion, featured on their web site through March 31. .
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