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|| ||Safe Snaps Press Release|
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Safesnaps.com makes safe photo storage a snap
Digital archive service gives Linux users sense of security, easy
London, England (Nov. 15, 2005) Unix kernel veterans recently
launched a new digital photo archive service for individuals and
commercial clients who need to know their snapshots are secure.
Safe Snaps (www.safesnaps.com) stores pictures, allows for easy
retrieval by subscribers and can backup work on demand.
Off-site photo backup is the gold standard in todays computer
industry. Safe Snaps founders want to ensure all photo users the
same level of protection without breaking the bank.
We started the business to fill what we perceived to be a hole
in the market for safe, off-site and secure digital photo
archival, said Rod Harrison, Safe Snaps CEO. None of the other
companies around offer the same level of service for a remotely
Founders Rod Harrison and Phil Kaye, bring a combined 35 years of
experience and expertise in the technology sector to the new
venture. The company formally incorporated in January 2005, with
the service making its debut in August.
Safe Snaps differentiates itself from other photo storage
services in several ways. First, the company charges a flat fee
of $7.50 for an unlimited amount of storage. Next, they store,
and allow retrieval of, the full-resolution image.
Safe Snaps custom-designed PhotoElephant software will
automatically save your digital images over the Internet whenever
you upload from your camera. No more burning CDs or choosing
select files to copy.
You can forget because PhotoElephant never will, Harrison said.
We store every version of the file you make, so changes get
saved as well as the original, Harrison explained. The backup
is automatic, it can run hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, as well
as on demand. That means you can't forget to back up, which is a
very common cause of lost files.
Safesnaps will never delete a customers pictures. There are no
limits on the number of photos and the price is always the same.
Editors: For more information about Safesnaps.com, or to arrange
an interview with founders Rod Harrison and Phil Kaye, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. Headshots or screenshots are available by request.
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