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Sonop News announces new improvements in its data storage strategies - new improvements in its data storage strategies

4/29/2012 12:00:00 AM a hosted software as a service (SAAS) solution offering document storage and document release for Lawyers and Court Reporters, has announced its improved strategies for data storage and retrieval. Since the launch in 5 years ago, we have been taking full responsibility for all customer files, storing them in our data center racks, starting May 1 2012 we will not only continue to do that but be providing a free upgrade to all our clients giving them access to their files through the Amazon's storage service.

"Amazon's service allows us to keep our customers data safer than ever with built in geographic and data redundancy" states Jonathan Elliott. The Amazon storage service is very well respected and provides both PCI and HIPAA compliance. Using a service that is designed to provide 99.999999999% durability and 99.99% availability of objects as well as sustain the concurrent loss of data in two facilities combined with our already excellent record with 0% data loss makes us feel very comfortable taking on anyone's data.

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