IT-Lifeline Launches Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Solution to Enable Financial Institutions to Recover Workstations Faster During Crisis

Spokane, WA - Sept. 20, 2012 – IT-Lifeline, a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery and testing solutions for the financial services industry, today announced the addition of its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to its comprehensive disaster recovery solution for organizations that need to speed up their ability to recover workstations in the event of a natural disaster or power outage.

VDI enables financial institutions to access workstations from any location with an Internet connection and speeds up the use of software applications while recovering from a disaster. This eliminates the traditional requirement for users to travel to remote recovery stations to access the information that is necessary to run their businesses.

“Our VDI solution provides financial institutions with the capability to recover key operations in hours rather than days,” said Matt Gerber, CEO of IT-Lifeline. “And eliminates the need to maintain costly recovery stations that are difficult to use.”

About IT Lifeline

IT-Lifeline provides customers with a full range of private cloud-based information protection and recovery alternatives and facilities. The company’s certified experts, advanced technology infrastructure and facilities ensure cost effective, secure data vaulting and fast recovery from system failure, human error, or nature or man-caused adversity. Located in geologically stable, climatically mild eastern Washington State, IT-Lifeline’s business recovery center is easy to get to from anywhere in the Western United States. Additional information is available at

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Ronald Anderson
Media contact for IT-Lifeline

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