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BackupFly - it is safe to use a means of synchronization and backup of data to support a flexible schedule, and the ability to reserve real-time data as they change.
The program uses innovative technology comparison and analysis of synchronized folders and files, thus allowing for the integrity and preservation of data, as well as their smooth transfer to destinations: hard drives, computers in local network, FTP servers and other storage media.
BackupFly key features:
- Backing up data to a secondary hard drive - the application is ideally suited for the synchronization and data backup to a secondary hard disk. Pointing as a backup drive a second hard drive or folder, you get identical copies of original files / folders and even entire drives. If the original disk fails, all your data will remain in the backup folder / disk for immediate further use.
- Backing up data on a removable electronic media - the program can be used for automatic backup of important working folders on removable media, it can be USB drives, removable hard drives, and others.
- Backing up data to CD / DVD-RW / BD-RE media - BackupFly implementing data backup to CD / DVD-RW / BD-RE media file system UDF (format Super Floppy).
- Synchronizing data between a laptop and desktop computers - you can use the BackupFly, to synchronize files between your laptop and desktop computers.
- Backing up data from workstations to the file server (s) - BackupFly program can be installed on a file server (s) that will allow you to backup data from workstations to the server (s) centrally on the network without installing additional client components on computers users.
- Backing up data to a remote FTP server - the program will allow you to sync and backup files and folders on a remote FTP server on the Internet.
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
Link to BackupFly sample code
License: Free To Try
System Utilities::Backup & Restore
Date Added: Aug 10, 2012
Last check for an update: May 21, 2017
Last version date: Mar 11, 2012
Page Visit: 86
Malware Status: Not scanned yet