Mirus Innovations Selects FarStone System Recovery Solution

Irvine, CA (PressExposure) September 05, 2007 -- Mirus Innovations is the latest system builder to accept delivery of FarStone DriveClone SR (System Recovery) software, which restores PCs in case of system loss. Mirus is shipping DriveClone with Windows XP and Vista operating systems. Yet another version of DriveClone SR will be installed on Linux systems.

"FarStone's DriveClone System Recovery was easy to integrate into our systems and required no change in our manufacturing process," said Richard Shyu, vice president of sales and marketing for Mirus. "We feel that FarStone's solution will provide our customers with an easy and quick way to recover their system without having to contact customer or technical support."

With DriveClone SR, the system builder or system integrator can multicast a model system, including a factory backup image, across multiple systems before they are sealed. The backup image can be accessed later through a simple interface, allowing users to recover almost immediately from most data disasters. Users can also burn their system image to DVD and store it in a secure location for recovery from hard drive failure.

FarStone's DriveClone Pro (www.farstone.com/software/driveclone-pro.htm) disk imaging technology backs up an entire system with an encrypted archive of all files, programs, and operating system information, storing the information in a hidden protected partition on the hard drive. The software continues to operate in pre-OS mode even when Windows will not boot.

ABOUT MIRUS INNOVATIONS

Mirus Innovations builds computers systems for consumers and small businesses. These include high-value, low-cost personal and mobile computing solutions, as well as On-Site and Life-Time Tech Support options.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 02, 2007 at 8:30 pm
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