Tuesday, April 24, 2007


I've been testing out Backup4all's professional backup tool. I have to say that it has worked well and provides useful ways to look at stored data. While virtually all backup programs will do a good job of backing up, not all have good interfaces. It's not free, but at $50 for the professional version, it's close enough.



Mark said...

Check out Safe Data Backup. It has a very easy to use interface, has all the features you would ever want, and only costs $24.95.

Thane said...


Thank you for the post. I looked at the Safe Data Backup and it is indeed a good system. It's simple yet is has a few features that smaller sites need but don't often find in inexpensive backup software. The two features I'm specifically thinking of are backup to remote computers over the Internet and backing up shadow copies so that open files may be saved.

I assume the FTP option also means secure FTP. FTP isn't as secure as I would like for moving sensitive information.