PC Backup Startup Names New CEO

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One of the hottest industries in the online world is PC backups. There are a number of major players in this industry, which wants to capitalize on the market that is filled with consumers who want to backup their important data from their PC quickly, easily and without paying a fortune.

Rebit.com is one player in the PC backup market. Recently, this startup named Paul Guerin as its CEO. Guerin has worked for a number of major corporations including Lotus, IBM and GTSI. He has also worked for a few startups including Jabber, Torrent Systems and Digital Archaeology.

Said Guerin, who steps into his role immediately: “Rebit’s product line is impressive and innovative, and the company’s employees are highly experienced industry professionals and leaders. I am thrilled to be joining this exemplary team and taking the next steps toward growing the company from the strong foundation that Lew Frauenfelder built.”

Reviewers say that Rebit.com offers an extremely simple solution that provides continuous backup without any configuration, scheduling or setup. Its scope of what it backs up is also highly regarded.

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