AVPSoft Releases APBackUp 3.3
For immediate release
September 18 2008
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Back Up Your Hard Drives Easily, Securely
AVPSoft has released APBackup v. 3.3, a powerful Windows backup
application that makes it easy to back up data to a hard drive, network
drive, DVD, CD-R/W, FTP, or LAN. Unlike complicated software that
discourages computer users from backing up their files, APBackup makes
it easy to organize your backups, and create them on a regular schedule,
APBackup offers features that are not available in other backup
applications. The program can safely and securely back up all of your
files, even if these files are open and being used when the backups are
created. You can back up and store multiple versions of important files.
The program can back up multiple PCs, and store the data in one place,
making it easier to find and restore data when needed in an emergency.
After backing up all of your important files, the program can be set to
perform only incremental backups in the future. It is much faster to
make future backups of only those files that have changed since your
last backup operation.
Another key feature of APBackup is its ability to synchronize files and
folders. It's simple to ensure that your laptop has the latest files at
the beginning of your business trip, and that your desktop has the
latest files when you return to the office.
The built-in scheduler lets you make backups on a regular schedule,
ensuring that your critical files are always protected. On Windows 2000,
and XP computers, APBackup can be run as a service. Source folders can
be monitored, so backups can be automatically started after a source
folder has changed. You can compress your data in ZIP, ARJ, or JAR
formats, to make your data storage more efficient.
Recognizing the need for security, APBackup supports AES 256-bit
encryption, the most secure regimen available today. The program creates
logs of all of your backup operations. Backup archives can be
password-protected. APBackup can email you each time it completes a
backup operation. The latest version of APBackup supports FTPS, the
secure file transfer version of FTP. FTPS, often called FTP/SSL, allows
you to upload your backup archives to a remote FTP server, with total
APBackup supports all hard drives and removables, including FTP, LAN,
and the UNC file path names used in network folders. Any backup archive
may be backed up into multiple places. The program can automatically add
date and time information to the file names that it creates, allowing
you to build a library of backups for particular files or folders.
Whether you're a business owner who needs to create offsite backup
copies of critical data each week, a sales person who need to
synchronize your laptop and your desktop for business trips, a computer
consultant who needs an efficient tool to back up your clients' data, or
a home computer user who wants to preserve your emails and photos,
APBackup has the tools that you need.
APBackup v. 3.3 runs under Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista, costs $49.95(US)
for a single user license, and may be purchased securely online on
http://avpsoft.com/products/apbackup/. Multi-user licenses, and an
affordable home license, are available. For more information, visit
http://avpsoft.com/products/apbackup/ or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. You
can download a trial version of APBackup from the company's web site.
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Since 2002, AVPSoft has been developing and marketing productivity tools
for Windows users. In addition to APBackup, the company also offers
APFill Ink Coverage Meter, a utility that makes it easy to calculate the
amount of ink or toner, and the related cost, of printing a particular
page; Universal Desktop Ruler, a program that lets you measure
distances, areas, and perimeters of figures on the screen, including
figures with curved edges; TimeToPhoto, a utility that lets you add
datestamps and memory labels to selected photographs, with a single
mouse click; and Save2FTP, a handy application that lets you back up
your data to remote FTP servers.
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