With 9 out of 10 people not backing up their files regularly, Backup Week is spreading awareness that regular backup is important for everybody. According to Mr. Smith, “From conversations with other backup providers, the problem we’re facing today is one of customer awareness. With Backup Week, we’re educating customers and showing them how easy it is to back up their files. Customers get great deals and backup providers get to offer their services to potential new customers. It’s a win-win.”
KeepVault wants the community to own and share Backup Week. To encourage community support, the event has been constructed to be open, honest, and transparent. The logo and event name are licensed under Creative Commons which allows unrestricted use by others. The website’s policy page states “We will promptly review and approve any request to participate... In the event that we choose to refuse a request to be listed on the deals page, we will document the refusal on this page and ask for community feedback. So far, no requests to be listed have been refused.”
In addition industry-wide support, Backup Week has been embraced by the online social community, seeing traction on Twitter and Hacker News. @nimblelight’
For further information, please visit the website: https://backupweek.com
About Backup Awareness Week
Backup Awareness Week is a community initiative launched by KeepVault™. Our mission is to educate the public about the risks of data loss, and ways to protect their data. In light of the need for social awareness on these issues, Backup Awareness Week welcomes participation of individuals, communities, organizations, media, and other backup providers.