KOM Networks' Junk-A-Juke Program
Program responds to the needs of Canadian children and Haitian Relief efforts through FTC Canada
Ottawa, ON Canada – January 20, 2010
On the heels of announcing its Junk-A-Juke program , KOM Networks™, world leading provider of storage management solutions for secure archiving compliant data protection and retention, today announces the expansion of its Junk-A-Juke program to benefit many of the 900,000 Canadian children being helped by FTC Canada , an affiliate of Feed The Children U.S.
This unique program collects and recycles obsolete and legacy storage equipment and donates the money generated to provide food, shelter, medicine and other necessities to little ones and their families. In exchange for the older equipment, KOM offers a new Dell Powered KOMpliance Archive with equal capacity and superior performance, a fully compliant enterprise class server and archive solution free-of-charge with a three year maintenance agreement. KOM's goal is to collect and recycle enough hardware to feed one million children!
FTC Canada has responded by landing this morning at 8 am a medical emergency response team of 3 doctors and 11 paramedics in Port au Prince. They have with them much needed medicines and supplies to continue to save lives right in the heart of the devastation. Over the coming weeks and months FTC will continue to send teams, supplies and food to provide relief to Haiti. For the next 90 days, all proceeds from equipment collected and recycled as part of the Junk-A-Juke program will be donated to FTC Canada to assist them with their Haitian relief efforts. "Even though you may not be able to do something directly to help the earthquake victims, you can still help in kind to those who can," says Ken Dick, president FTC Canada.
For more information about the Junk-A-Juke program and how you can join us to make a big difference for someone small, contact KOM.
About FTC Canada
FTC Canada, in partnership with caring Canadians, responds to the needs of children and their families, in Canada and around the world, by providing food, medicine, education and other essentials with Christian love, compassion and integrity. In 2009, FTC distributed $6 million in gifts-in-kind around the world. Within Canada, FTC sent food and supplies totaling $3 million, through distribution of Family Food Boxes, shipments to First Nation Reserves in Northern Ontario and provision of bulk shipments to more than 100 partner agencies. For more information visit www.ftccanada.ca
About KOM Networks
KOM Networks is a world leading provider of flexible, secure, tamper-proof data archiving and storage management software and solutions. Over 10,000 of the world's leading corporations have recognized KOM Networks as the most logical, unobtrusive and secure way to store, access and protect their data. KOM is enabling enterprises large and small a cost effective way to improve productivity and meet compliance requirements without altering their network infrastructure or daily business routines. The industry pioneer holds vital industry patents for electronic file lifecycle management, virtual file management and eWORM fixed content hard disk archiving. Find out how KOM Networks can help you implement a comprehensive information lifecycle solution to optimize your existing storage environment and meet your compliance requirements.
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