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Irish online backup provider KeepItSafe has announced further international expansion, having recently begun selling its services New Zealand.

27th July, 2013
Jonathan Crowe, technical director, and Eoin Blacklock, managing director, KeepITsafe. Photo: Susan Jefferies

Irish online backup provider KeepItSafe has announced further international expansion, having recently begun selling its services New Zealand. The move comes after earlier moves into the US, British and Dutch markets.

The company, founded by two Trinity graduates in 2006, was acquired by cloud services provider J2 Global in 2010.

KeepItSafe managing director Eoin Blacklock said that the company provided, managed and monitored backup and disaster recovery solutions to ensure business continuity in the event of disaster.

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