SAN RAMON, CA, March 15, 2007 — Faronics kicked off their premiere appearance at this year’s CeBIT 2007 by announcing that their flagship system integrity software, Deep Freeze, is now fully Windows Vista compliant. Faronics’ presence at the world’s largest digital IT and telecommunications trade fair showcases Faronics’ commitment to providing intelligent solutions for home, corporate, and education environments.
Deep Freeze instantly protects and preserves original computer configurations, eliminating routine IT maintenance while allowing complete, unrestricted workstation access. Regardless of the changes made to a workstation, simply restart to reset the computer to its original state. The result is a protected system, free of viruses and unwanted programs. Since Deep Freeze’s ‘reboot-torestore’ process does not increase bootup times whatsoever and does not impact system resources, it triumphs over competing system restoration technologies, which require both user initiation and system downtime.
“Faronics’ system integrity solutions are deployed on over five million workstations worldwide, in over fifty different countries,” said Farid Ali, President of Faronics. “Attending global IT events such as CeBIT provides Faronics with an invaluable opportunity to interact with our international customer and partner base, as the feedback gained is instrumental in shaping the direction and
success of our products.”A fully functional, 60-day evaluation version of Deep Freeze can be downloaded free of charge at www.faronics.com for both the Windows and Mac platform.
Faronics develops and markets intelligent utilities for absolute control of multi-user computing environments. Faronics’ market-leading solutions ensure 100% workstation availability and have dramatically impacted the day-to-day lives of thousands of information technology professionals and computing lab managers. Our user-driven, powerful technology innovations benefit educational institutions, libraries, government organizations and corporations.
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Dmitry Shesterin (Marketing Manager, Faronics)