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Altaro gives away 50 free PC backup licenses to all Microsoft Hyper-V administrators



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Altaro Software, a fast-growing developer of backup solutions for Microsoft Hyper-V, today announced that it is giving every Microsoft Hyper-V administrator 50 free licenses of Oops!Backup, their desktop backup solution.

“Following the success of our Hyper-V Backup solution this year, we wanted to give something back to the Hyper-V community during the holiday season” commented David Vella, CEO of Altaro. “Hyper-V admins can give out these licenses to their colleagues, friends and family, for use at work or at home.”

Oops!Backup is a popular desktop backup solution that allows users to preview & restore versions of their files from different points in time.

Any network administrator who uses Microsoft Hyper-V is eligible for the free license keys, they simply need to visit the Altaro website, send in a screenshot of their Hyper-V Manager and expect an email with their respective keys.

To claim the 50 free licenses users should check out http://www.altaro.com/hyper-v/50-free-pc-backup-licenses-for-all-hyper-v-admins 

More information about Oops!Backup is available at http://www.altaro.com/home-pc-backup/

For more info about Altaro Hyper-V Backup check out http://www.altaro.com/hyper-v-backup/?LP=Xmas

Altaro’s Hyper-V portal is available at http://www.altaro.com/hyper-v/

Note: Giveaway expires on Monday December 24th. Licenses are Not-For-Resale (NFR) keys.

Contact: marketing@altaro.com

 About Altaro

Founded in 2009, Altaro Software is a fast-growing developer of user-friendly backup solutions aimed at SMBs. Based in Malta, Europe. Altaro’s products including Oops!Backup, Backup FS and Hyper-V Backup are available worldwide from Altaro and its network of value added resellers. For further information please visit www.altaro.com 

Some of Altaro’s 9,000+ Customers Include:

Harvard University, New Zealand Defence Force, Max-Planck Institute, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Princeton University, US Geological Survey, SRI International, Swedish Defence Research Agency, Mitsubishi Polyester Film, University of Delaware, University of Miami and many more.

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