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Remember how I found you there, alone in your electric chair

With hurricanes and thunderstorms, you can lose electricity. Protect your computer. Use an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

A UPS is a battery backup that sits between the power outlet and your computer. When a power failure occurs, the UPS will switch from the utility power to its own battery powered source.

Most UPS devices come with software that will monitor your computer and turn your computer off if the power does go out for an extended period of time, helping prevent any damage.

A loss of power could cause hardware issues or data loss. A surge protector is not good enough to protect your critical data. Having a UPS will help ensure your computer is safely shutdown in the event of a power loss.

Keep your computer safe, get a UPS today.

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