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UPS Can Save Data In Disasters

While most of us think of disaster recovery as a way to restore property and structures, most businesses facing a catastrophe need to recover their most important assetsand in this computer age, those assets are often in the form of electronic data.

One of the most widespread technologies that help ensure that critical data is recoverableand that critical computer equipment is protected within limitsis the uninterruptible power supply, or UPS. In case of a power failure, a UPS supplies temporary battery power to connected systems, allowing an orderly shutdown of computers and the saving of critical files.

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