Jim Barcus Launches RadioBackup
Wintersville, OH - Jan 18, 2013 - Jim Barcus, previously the owner of the Digital Jukebox automation system, has started www.RadioBackup.com for radio stations with automation systems. Barcus says he noticed that many of his now former clients never backed up their audio or data and then one day a hard drive crash means they have to start all over again from scratch.
RadioBackup.com allows radio stations to run a small backup program on any computer at the station and backup any files including audio files and data to the cloud for safe keeping. In the event of a crash, the user simply restores the files and folders he wants and everything is back.
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