NTI Backup Now 6 Launched with a Refreshed GUI and Enhanced Back up Speed
IRVINE, CA: NTI Corporation rolls out the latest version of its comprehensive, easy-to-use backup and recovery software, ‘NTI Backup Now 6’ for networked PC under Windows. The software is compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 and Vista; and also supports Windows Server 2012/ 2008 Server RC2/ Small Business Server (SBS) 2008.
“As a flagship of our product portfolio, NTI Backup Now has always been highly rated Windows PC backup software. In this new edition, we continue to deliver NTI’s trademarked ease-of-use while making enhancements on both functionality and performance,” says Bill Yao, President and CEO, NTI.
The backup solution protects the important data in a PC network environment with a refreshed GUI, enhanced backup speed and a new Job Management console that manages backup jobs. Other features include: Remote Backup of networked PCs on a home or business LAN; File and Folder Backup; Drive Backup of complete system; Continuous Backup; Cloud Backup (powered by Microsoft Azure); Backup Migration; Disk Upgrade facility; Drive Spanning; Advanced File Filtering; Pre & Post Job Scripting; and many more.
‘Remote Backup’ assists all available PCs connected by LAN and remote network drives; and restores data to alternate locations. With ‘Continuous Backup’ data; photo, audio, and video files are automatically backed up every time a change occurs. It can save unlimited number of revisions, a specific number of revisions (1-1000) or no revisions.
The entire PC can be backed up using ‘Drive Backup’, which is very helpful in situations of hard drive crash. The disaster recovery function can restore the PC back to a new system as it was before the crash. Also, the most important files can be sent to cloud using ‘Cloud Backup’ for extra protection.
The Disk Upgrade Tool in the software provides easy upgradation to a larger HDD or faster SSD. A complete back up of the PC is required followed by replacing the original HDD with a new one and restored. The software automatically resizes the partitions to match the new hard drive’s storage capabilities.
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