Backing up is SMART – and SmartBackup makes it easy!
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How many times have you said to yourself, "I REALLY should backup my files"?
Put this worry to rest quickly and painlessly with SmartBackup!
“Extremely simple, surprisingly powerful”
SmartBackup – Spotlight Powered Backup
Quickly and efficiently perform lightweight backups of your personal files. Speed is primary since you are only backing up files that you have added to your system, and not ones that came with your Mac OSX install DVD.
Supports Lots of Hard Drives
SmartBackup supports backing up to any kind of hard disk, partitions or network sharepoints. It works with your iPod, USB drives, iDisk, AFP, NFS, SMB, WebDAV.
Make Your Own Backup Rules with Spotlight
Files found during a Spotlight search can be backed up or excluded.
Then just tell SmartBackup exactly what you want to backup. You make the rules!
“Backup all files changed during the last week."
"Backup purchased music only out of the iTunes library."
"Exclude all files with a red label.”
ALL THIS WITH 1 CLICK!
Keep Your Backup Clean with Smart Archiving
SmartBackup lets you archive deleted or changed files in a time-stamped way. That way the backup stays clean and changed or deleted files are neatly kept in an archive where they are stored sorted by date and time of their removal.
Pro Flexibility: Headless Mode
Unix tasks are easy, like running backups via ssh or cron. SmartBackup even allows you run backups from the command line.
Easy Automation with iCal or Automator
Backing up is simple and can be automatic – you don’t even need to remember to do it. Put SmartBackup on autopilot and launch it using iCal. If more sophisticated tasks are required, like mounting sharepoints before backup, you can include SmartBackup easily in Automator workflows using the included Automator Action.
Ready for Leopard and Intel Macs!
SmartBackup is a “universal binary” that runs natively on PPC and Intel based Macs. SmartBackup supports MacOSX 10.5 Leopard.
For more information, visit the developers site at Freeride Coding.