Nobody should run a SCO system without this. It's cheap, and it works. Even
if you use Arcserve or something else for network backups, you still
should own this product for it's emergency boot disks if nothing else.
There's also Lone-tar, a similar
product. Both of these have demo's available for download.
There are not a lot of these left, but for those few places that want
to get a few more years of usefulness out of them, this is the way to go.
Excellent product, extremely well done, and does what it promises to do.
Jim Guiness (email@example.com) reminds me:
A small suggestion re: your very helpful "Tips" section, re: "Recommended Products" - FacetTerm can also be useful if you're using Century or ICE or whatever to connect to character-Unix from Windoze. Obvious to anyone who knows what all this is about, but perhaps not to any random one who'd be reading your page.
This is the place for Real Computer Books. Where else are you
going to find the entire O'Reilly line actually on the shelf?
Where else are you going to find salespeople who actually know
what you are talking about when you ask for Knuth's new book?
This is where.
Their motto is "Busy people don't deserve busy signals", and
it's true. Besides, they have real shell accounts, and a real
Unix box, and great customer service. If I had to move somewhere
else in the country, I'd still maintain my account here.
They have local access numbers for most of Massachusetts, and tie-ins
with MSN and who knows who else. Reliable? You bet. Cheap? Nope,
but not a rip-off, either.
I couldn't tell you which of these has the most expertise. Data Recovery has
a mostly text web page, so when the net is acting up and you need that info NOW,
you'll get it a lot faster than you will from Ontrack's megabytes of pictures.
Data Recovery has enough sense to put their phone number on the home page;
Ontrack makes you dig for it, and it isn't easy to find. Excalibur
is another one with fancy graphics, but at least their phone number isn't
hard to find.
To save you all that annoyance, here's the phone numbers: