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Double-Take to Rock Tech-Ed

Double-Take Software's Cluster-Funk band rocks Microsoft TechEd 2007

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass. -- On June 6, as the TechEd show floor winds down and attendees filter out to enjoy a night on the town in Orlando, Microsoft Gold Certified partner Double-Take® Software will get ready to take the stage at the Hard Rock Live Orlando for their 2nd annual customer appreciation party. Celebrating another year of working with some of the greatest customers worldwide, Double-Take Software's band, Cluster-Funk, will put on a much-anticipated performance to show their appreciation for customers and partners at this year's TechEd show.

First debuting at the BET Soundstage at Paradise Island in 2006, Cluster-Funk has played at numerous events during the past two years, including TechEd 2006 in Boston, Mass. The band - comprised of Double-Take Software managers, John Feeks and Lynn Shourds (vocals;) CEO, Dean Goodermote (bass;) director of professional services Jim Armstrong (lead guitar;) Georgia State University student Brandon Armstrong (congas;) and educational consultant Ben Merendino (drums) - will rock out for hundreds of concert goers at this year's event.

As a valued Microsoft partner, Double-Take Software's Cluster-Funk has been invited for the second year in a row to perform at this year's Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in Denver, Colo., on July 10-12. This must-attend event for Microsoft partners hosts more than 7,000 attendees - all of which will experience the unique element of funk, excitement and entertainment that comes with every Cluster-Funk show.

Double-Take Software Inc.

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