July 30, 2013
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Since 2002, VaultLogix has specialized in providing businesses with cloud backup and data protection services. The company offers online backup solutions to meet the data protection and regulatory requirements for a wide range of businesses. VaultLogix prides itself in offering the latest backup services for SMBs and resellers. Visit us at http://www.dataprotection.com or by calling 877.828.5856.
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