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RollBack Rx is a software program that instantly restores hard drives back to any number of earlier points in time. If a problem arises, the workstations can simply be reset to an earlier date before the problem occurred, without damaging the system and without losing any of the student's data.
“With RollBack Rx, the computer can simply be ‘rolled back’ to an earlier date prior to the problem and most of the time that will fix the issue. Unlike traditional lockdown software, RollBack protects without restricting any Windows user functionality. This not only saves the students precious time but also saves the school money in shipping costs,” McCarty explains. The students can quickly recover from any software-related issues from accidentally deleted files to virus infections on up to catastrophic operating system corruptions.
With RollBack Rx, PA Cyber Helpdesk Technicians can simply talk to their students over the phone and walk them through how RollBack Rx can be used to reset the machines. “Getting a computer back up and running over the phone while not hindering the student with any additional downtime is priceless,” McCarty states. “It’s challenging for us because all of the students are in their own homes, on their own ISPs across the state of
"With RollBack Rx the families, in essence, fix their own computers and this drastically reduces downtime. It's very intuitive and user-friendly,"
According to McCarty, the technical support at Horizon DataSys was the main reason PA Cyber decided to go with RollBack Rx. "I have reached out for support to Horizon DataSys, I have been consistently met with pleasant, helpful, and knowledgeable people who have addressed issues quickly and thoroughly," she said.
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