, a provider of data protection services, is moving into the consumer space with an online data backup service.
Called PC Vault, the service is designed to automatically back up files and transmit them to a remote data center.
"Faced with a growing volume of often irreplaceable digital content, backup and recovery has evolved into an emotional issue for many consumers," said Frank Brick, Arsenal's chairman and chief executive officer. "Unfortunately, traditional methods of backup are cumbersome and complicated, and the prospect of losing significant memories, money and time looms large. We designed PC Vault to help consumers easily secure their files offsite and quickly recover them when necessary."
Once a customer registers, the service backs up files automatically. If needed, a user can initiate a manual backup, retrieve files and view status and history of previous backups.
The service will be offered through Arsenal's channel partners, such as AT&T.
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