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Need secure back-up? We've cut you a tasty deal

15% off RecoveryVault for Reg readers

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Site offer Those of you who are still not fully aware that your data is at risk from absolutely everything are advised to consider a secure back-up deal we've cut with RecoveryVault - exclusively offering Reg readers 15 per cent off all secure back-up packages.

RecoveryVault uses Attix5 Backup Professional Software to protect your vital data. Specifically, it's "encrypted using SSL banking level encryption" and further "kept in a secure data centre and encrypted again at many times bank strength".

Yeah, yeah, you're thinking. How much? Well, you can have a 14 day free trial of 250MB right now and it's £3.95 per month thereafter. There are eight packages in total, ranging from said 250MB deal to 20GB at £41.10 a month and every single one of 'em includes the exclusive 15 per cent discount.

What's more, if you fancy paying annually, you get a further saving. For example, the 20GB package comes it at £399.88 if you cough for a year up front - a saving of £93.32, according to our calculator.

You can peruse the full RecoveryVault offer right here. You know it makes sense. ®

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