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Sprite Backup Ships with Sharp

November 16th, 2009 - Sprite Software, the world's leading backup and security developer for mobile devices is proud to announce Sprite Backup will ship on Sharp Windows Mobile 6.5 devices. Sprite Backup is the ultimate tool for creating backup copies of documents, databases, applications, registries and settings. Protecting millions of devices daily, Sprite Backup quickly and securely generates compressed recovery images to your SD card, FTP site or PC.

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“It is great to continue our work with Sharp. Protecting their users on the exciting Windows Mobile 6.5 platform. We are very pleased Sharp have chosen Sprite Backup to deliver worry free device Backup protection, on their innovative new handset range" - Julian Rayner, CEO

About Sharp Corporation

Sharp Corporation is a worldwide developer of innovative products and core technologies that play a key role in shaping the future of electronics. As a leader in liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and digital technologies, Sharp offers one of the broadest and most advanced lines of consumer electronics, information products and electronic components, while also creating new network businesses.

Sharp Corporation employs 59,800 people in the world (as of May 31, 2009) and recorded consolidated annual sales of 2,847,227 million yen for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2009.

For more information, please visit Sharp’s Web site at http://sharp-world.com/index.html.

About Sprite Software

Sprite Software provides solutions to help individuals and businesses to assure the security, availability, and integrity of their information. Founded in 2001 by the creators of the industry-leading cloning solution now known as Symantec Ghost, businesses and consumers turn to Sprite Software as the defacto standard for the protection of critical information stored on their handheld devices. Sprite Software is the global leader in backup solutions, and is shipped by the leading handset manufacturers.

Posted: 11/15/2009 2:38:04 PM by


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