Posted 9.27.06
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Disaster Recovery Plan to Keep Michigan Church Extension Fund’s Data Secure

Online Tech Delivers Disaster Recovery Planning Services to Michigan Church Extension Fund

Ann Arbor, MI—September 27, 2006—Online Technologies Corporation (OTC) announces today that it has provided a disaster prevention planning project for the Michigan Church Extension Fund.

“We knew we had to establish a disaster recovery plan, but we are a financial organization and not disaster recovery experts,” said John Bates, CFO of Michigan Church Extension Fund. “We chose not to invest countless hours to research, analyze and document our DR plan. We teamed with OTC for their experience and disaster recovery framework that streamlined the entire process. OTC brought the expertise and efficiencies when combined with our business knowledge that expedited the planning process saving us time and money.”

In 2004, OTC developed Mi-CEF’s online banking portal. Plus, OTC has been providing Mi-CEF and hundreds of other clients managed data center services for many years. Today, OTC delivers disaster recovery, Internet infrastructure and managed services to service-based organizations, such as healthcare, insurance, financial, education and others.

“The Church Extension Fund is obligated to keep their customers’ finances secure and available,” said Ty Myers, vice president of sales at OTC. “We are proud to have provided them a proven process framework to successfully detail their disaster recovery plan. Our business faces the daily challenges and threats brought against online services and it is our process frameworks that provide security and high-availability to our clients, such as Mi-CEF, 7 x 24 x 365.”

Online Tech (www.onlinetech.com) is Michigan’s Fort Knox for computing and data. Our secure, highly reliable data centers provide the infrastructure to ensure our clients’ computers are always on; their data is always safe, and they are always connected to the Internet.

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