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RENTSYS RECOVERY SERVICES
May 23, 2013
College Station, TX – May 23, 2013 – Rentsys Recovery Services, a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery solutions for banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders and other organizations, will be meeting with business continuity, risk management, disaster recovery and emergency response professionals in booth #423 at the DRI2013 Professionals Conference & Expo. The conference will take place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia June 4-7.
"We chose to attend DRI because it attracts professionals from a wide range of fields, including finance, healthcare, education, retail, insurance, IT and more,"said Walt Thomasson, managing director for Rentsys Recovery. "Because our solutions are designed to be customizable, we’ll be able to meet with DR professionals from these organizations and match them with solutions that work for their company."
DRI2013 gives attendees the opportunity to meet face-to-face with industry experts and share best practices with colleagues from government, commercial, industrial and institutional work environments. It will feature comprehensive discussions, hands-on workshops and relevant case studies. For more information, visit driconference.org.
Founded in 1995, Rentsys Recovery Services is a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for businesses ranging from healthcare, banking and energy to large enterprise organizations. The company’s solutions enable businesses to comply more effectively with regulatory requirements, improve data security and speed up the organization’s ability to recover key IT systems and data after an unplanned outage or disaster has occurred. The company offers professional planning services and customizable and testable solutions, which include communications systems, mobile recovery centers and cloud-based data backup. For more information, please visit www.rentsys.com.
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