HP Unveils Upline

HP provides simple digital content protection and access for consumers and small businesses online

April 8, 2008

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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- HP (NYSE:HPQ) today announced the availability of HP Upline, a new subscription service designed to help customers readily back up, access, share and store digital content over any Internet connection.

The new service provides consumers and small businesses the security of knowing their digital world is protected in a secure, offsite location in case their local PC gets lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed. Starting today, both consumers and small business customers can try out a limited plan at no cost for one year.

With increasingly more personal and business content being housed on PCs, the easy-to-use and affordable HP Upline service protects and shares everything from memories in digital photos to critical business documents,” said Ulf Claesson, vice president and general manager, Personal Systems Group, HP. “HP Upline delivers tools for a differentiated and more personal experience from a vendor consumers and small businesses can trust.”

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