Backup Express Available in the Mac App Store, Intego Announces
Article by George Norman
On 15 Jun 2011
Intego, company that specializes in providing security solutions for Mac, has recently announced that it released a powerful backup and synchronization tool called Backup Express and that the aforementioned tool is available for download exclusively in the Mac App Store. Mac users can get this app if they want a simple means of backing up their important data and a powerful tool that can synchronize their data across several Macs, like for example between a desktop Mac and a laptop.

Sure, you could stick with the built-in backup capabilities that the Mac OS X has to offer. But the simple truth of the matter is that Intego’s Backup Express is superior to the Mac OS X’s built-in backup tool.

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With Backup Express users can back up their data to external hard drives, DVDs, network volumes, and various other storage devices. Users can back up their data whenever it is convenient for them, at the time and/or at the frequency of their choice. Users can perform backup tasks manually, or they can set up a schedule and let Backup Express automatically do its job.

To get a better idea of what Backup Express can do, here are its main features, as detailed by Intego:
  • Drag and drop backups
  • Easy backup script creation
  • Scheduled backups
  • Full or incremental backups
  • Multiple versions in backups
  • Synchronization of folders or volumes
  • Exclude files, folders or specific file types
  • Fast, reliable restorations
  • Backs up to all types of volumes, such as hard drives (HFS/HFS+/UFS), AppleShare servers, Windows shares (samba), NFS servers, FTP and SFTP servers, iDisks, iPods, disk images and more
  • Automatic mount and dismount of network volumes
  • Backups can run in the background
  • Data copied in its original format allows immediate recovery in case of accidental loss

If you would like to get Backup Express, you can get it from the Mac App Store here. The app is available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Its regular price is of $14.99, but for a limited time Intego is offering it at a special introductory price of $9.99.



Tags: Intego, Apple, Mac App Store, Backup Express
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