Digitilit Re-Launches

Digitiliti re-launches creating a new paradigm in enterprise-class remote data protection

September 10, 2007

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MINNEAPOLIS -- Digitiliti Inc. (Pink Sheets:DIGI), a new paradigm in enterprise remote data vaulting, announced today its re-launch as a provider of on-demand backup services featuring unlimited scalability to support spiraling data growth rates across distributed network infrastructures. The company first launched in 2003 as a software developer and hardware integrator under the name Storage Elements but has since repositioned itself to focus solely on servicing the storage needs of enterprise-level accounts.

With the volume, variety and value of corporate data doubling as often as every 10 months, Digitiliti offers the most advanced storage infrastructure to large corporations, while providing them with an easy-to-use, highly secure solution that protects the full range of enterprise data types from operation systems, messaging applications and live databases to files on individual laptops. Companies are charged in direct proportion to the actual amount of data they have under protection, saving them on expenses typically associated with the hardware acquisition, software and IT personnel resources required to manage this expanding amount of information.

“Data vaulting offered by managed service providers is gaining critical mass as acceptance among companies unwilling – or unable – to tackle this important task in house continues to grow,” said Brad Wenzel, Digitiliti’s CEO. “Digitiliti is one of the few that has the ability to take control of this emerging market at the enterprise level since we already have real-world experience in managing third-party data, a firm understanding of what is needed and wanted in remote backup, and the ability to pool resources to keep costs in check. Large corporations can be assured that their business-critical information is safely contained and accessible when needed.”

Digitiliti Inc.

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