NASHVILLE, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 01/31/14 -- Guests from Seagate and CyberPower Systems, Inc. will appear on radio talk show Let's Talk Computers. Seagate (NASDAQ: STX) is the worldwide leader in hard drives and storage solutions. CyberPower Systems is a leading technology manufacturer in the power protection industry with a complete line of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems.
Robert Rodriguez, Product Marketing Manager with Seagate, talks about how easy it is to automatically back up multiple PC and Mac computers using their new Seagate Central NAS device for consumers.
Jonah Cagley, Vice President of Marketing and Dorian Haro, Business Development Manager, Enterprise Systems/Americas, CyberPower Systems, Inc., talk about why it is so important for a business to select the right type of UPS to protect their computer systems during any type of emergency.
Listen to the interviews at:
CyberPower Systems, Inc. http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/cyberpower_systems/ups_business_a
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