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Sentry venture aims for data safety

Sentry Group has partnered with Maxtor Storage Solutions to develop affordable hard drives that protect data from fire and water disasters, as well as computer crashes and theft.
Sentry Group and Maxtor, a division of California-based Seagate Technology LLC, made the announcement at a consumer electronics show in New York City this week.
Sentry gave previews of six new data and document security products that specifically protect digital assets.
Sondra McFarlane, director of marketing communications for Sentry, said the East Rochester-based firm sought to develop a product that would help consumers connect, back up and protect digital information, while safeguarding electronic data from fire and water.

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