Your backup in your pocket. Pocket Data Backup installs onto your USB flash drive or USB hard drive. It runs from the USB device and backs up to the USB device. Everything you need is in one location. Next time you plug the USB device into your computer, new and changed files are automatically backed up. No need to worry about schedules or manually running the program to run the backup. It just backs up. Green Software: Program runs directly from the USB drive and backs up to the USB drive. Native Format Backup: Files are backed up in their native format so the backup data can be directly accessed without having to restore it.
Automatic Backup: There’s no need to schedule your backup. Just plug your USB device in to your computer and the backup will run automatically. Easy Backup Categories: Just select the categories of files to back up and let Pocket Data Backup find your pictures, videos, music, documents, and Internet files for you so you don’t have to. Advanced Restore: Restore entire category of files or just a single file with Advanced Restore. Your backed up files are organized in file categories to make it easy to find the file you need to restore.
USB flash drives are small, portable storage devices that use a USB interface to connect to a computer. Like flash memory cards, they are removable and rewritable, and have become a common method of storing data. However, whereas flash memory cards require a reader to be installed, USB flash drives can be inserted into the USB ports found on most modern computers. The storage capacity of these drives ranges from 32MB to 64GB.
USB flash drives are constructed of a circuit board inside a plastic or metal casing, with a USB male connector protruding from one end. The connector is then covered with a cap that slips over it, allowing the device to be carried in a pocket or on a key fob without worry of damage. When you need it, you can insert the USB flash drive into the USB port on a computer, or into a USB hub that allows multiple devices to be connected to one machine.
SPB Backup is on our list of must-have software for your Smartphone or Pocket PC, so it interested us to know that SPB Software has just released Version 2.0 of its popular device backup-and-restore tool.
New this time around are:
- The ability to determine between a device reset and a ROM upgrade, allowing you to restore on a different device (We hope this works better than it has in the past).
- A desktop backup unpacking tool, which allows you to explore the backup.
- Separate text message restoration.
- Sync backups on your desktop.
The usual scheduled and customizable backups are still there, and you SPB has added a file blacklist.
SPB Backup 2.0 is available here for Pocket PCs and here for Smartphones. A free, five-day trial is available. Full download costs $24.95, and an upgrade from Version 1.x is just $9.95.
Check back with us soon for a full review. But if you’re going to try out SPB Backup in the meantime, be sure to, well, back up your device first. You can’t be too careful.
Companies and organizations with virtualized server environments sometimes also have some physical machines and these too require data protection. Altaro Physical Server Backup is a server backup software solution created to satisfy this need, with the added bonus that it’s free.
Back up and restore physical servers
Back up your physical servers and restore them to a virtual environment (as a virtual disk or a virtual machine running on a Hyper-V hypervisor).
Easy to use
Run the solution on the physical server you wish to back up and create your backup schedule. Manage it through a user-friendly local management console.
Outstanding storage savings
Enjoy industry-leading reductions in backup storage size thanks to Altaro’s signature inline deduplication.
Benefit from reliable, no-cost backup and recovery for the physical machines on your network.
Please note that the ISO file is not needed to create bootable media for this version of EZ Gig. Customers needing bootable media can easily create the bootable media by downloading EZ Gig IV Windows Version, and then running the application within Windows. Select the ‘Create Bootable Media’ from the first screen in the application and follow the on screen instructions.
To burn an ISO from the EZ Gig IV ISO file, you will need software that is capable of burning the image back into a CD. Windows 7 has a built-in ISO burner, but older operating systems will require 3rd party software to accomplish the task. Burn programs (such as Nero or Roxio) have built in ISO burners but not all burning programs will have this feature. Below is a link that will help explain how to burn ISO files with several different pieces of software. There are also links for good freeware ISO burning programs if you do not already have one.
Looking to upgrade your computer?
EZ Gig IV Cloning software is a powerful, yet easy to use tool that gives you the option of creating an exact clone of your hard drive – perfect for hard drive upgrades or for creating bootable backups of your system OR for those who wish to clone to a smaller capacity drive, such as fast solid state drive, the option to exclude selected media files from the copying process to save space.
EZ Gig is bundled with our entire line up Upgrade Kits
Simply use EZ Gig with one of Apricorn’s latest upgrade products, including Drivewire, EZ Upgrade, Velocity Solo or Duo, mSATA Wire, or SATA Wire (shown right). EZ Gig is included with our entire upgrade product line making upgrading your computer’s hard drive a snap. Just see how easy it is below….
How To Install?Run the system and open PC properties.
Get the latest Software.
Go to the activation menu too.
After that, download the code and the crack from the link below.
Enter this key to activate.