Life Link International?s ?The SAFE? Shows Commitment to Eco-Efficiency with Paperless File Cabinet
March 8, 2012 Jon 0 Comments
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2010
As environmentalism and ?going green? have become more of a lifestyle choice than a passing trend, more and more PC users continue to look for easy tools to maintain life?s records. Whether it’s seniors downsizing, strapped Baby Boomers saddled with the dual challenge of taking care of parents and their own families or just anyone trying to find time to sort through a lifetime of valuable paperwork, the best of organizing intentions are often turned into a jumbled mess.
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 85 million tons of paper and paperboard are used each year. And after celebrating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, it remains clear that no matter how technologically advanced society gets it is still easier to throw things in a box, until now.
The SAFE, developed by Life Link International, LLC is an eco-friendly, single source data organization and protection device devised to organize and recover vital information in an instant and when most needed.
A combination information storage and security device, The SAFE is housed on a first-tier USB 2.0 flash drive that connects through a USB port to any PC that runs most Microsoft platforms. Drivers are required for Windows 98/ 95. There are no annual fees or special software required, nor memberships to join and most importantly this private USB pocket safe cannot be accessed through the internet.
But what really separates The SAFE from all other data storage devices is the amount of time and money that is saved, beginning with the 40+ pre-loaded formatted forms with easy to type-in fields:
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