Horizon DataSys, the premier developer of the world’s leading instant recovery software, is proud to announce that Drive Vaccine has been selected to protect and keep running every PC in use canadian pharmacy during the Canada Winter Games.
While athletes from all over the Great White North settle into their roles for the games, preparing to challenge themselves and each other in hockey, judo, skating and more, Drive Vaccine has been installed on every computer there to ensure everything runs smoothly for the nation’s massive event.
“We couldn’t be more proud to be a part of the Canada Winter Games and to help protect all of the computers in use during this spectacular sporting event,” said Lyle Patel, CEO and President of Horizon DataSys. “The last thing anyone wants during an event like this is a technical problem bogging things down, and our software has been selected out of all the others as the best way to keep things running smoothly and efficiently.”
Drive Vaccine, the alternative to Microsoft steadystate, offers continuous data protection by saving the entire state of the PC at the time it is installed. Upon reboot, reset, idle time, or on a fixed schedule, the program will reload that saved state and erase any changes which were made, effectively eliminating any traces of damage such as deleted registry keys, ransomwares, viruses, malware, etc., that could have been done.
The 2015 Canada Winter Games take place this year in Prince George, B.C., and will run until March 1.
Horizon DataSys Corporation is a privately held software company headquartered in Blaine, Washington which develops, publishes, and distributes branded computer software applications specializing in end-point PC management, OS integrity, and instant restore.