iBackup for Mac allows you to back up and restore various system preferences and system applications in no time. It also lets you back up files and folders of your choice just like any other traditional backup/restore app does, as well as schedule automatic backups. It's a useful app with an accessible interface and impressive performance.
iBackup for Mac's streamlined interface makes selecting system preferences and files to back up a snap. Files and preferences that appear in the main application window are categorized for easy navigation, making the app easy to use. We also liked the backup speed; it took the app only about a minute to back up 5.3GB worth of data. iBackup for Mac also gets a thumbs up for displaying detailed backup information while at work, including file size and time to completion, and for allowing you to schedule folder and system preference backups in advance and actually carrying them out.
If you are looking for a convenient way to back up your data, you'll like iBackup for Mac. Its fast backup speed, scheduling options, and elegant interface make it one of the better apps of its kind available. Grab this app and you won't have to worry about forgetting to back up your data anymore.
iBackup is a simple to use backup/restore utility for scheduled backups of your system preferences, like the dock, deskop picture, time settings, firewall, bluetooth and system applications like AddressBook, Mail, Stikies, iChat, iTunes and more.
You can edit these preferences settings and add your own.
iBackup do also backup/restore files, folders and applications.
I'm here to share my bad experience in case anyone is considering their cloud services. I've been a loyal client of this company since 2006. Been using their cloud services to store and organize my documents since the start of my business. It was all good until one fine day my credit card expired. They just sent the payment reminder to inform me that my credit card expired. The bank was already in the process of sending me the replacement card during that time.
Then disaster strikes. Before I could update my new credit card details online, they suspended my account due to failure of payment. I rang up their support immediately and informed them my situation. Not only they were RUDE, they mentioned that it's IMPOSSIBLE to retrieve my data. I was told that my account and all associated data was deleted the moment the payment failed. Feeling devastated, I even offered to pay them additional just to retrieve my data. They rejected me straight and even explicitly said that it's my own fault.
I'm not that tech savvy but I believe there should be some form of data replication in their servers right?
9 years worth of data were wiped clean just because of one failure to make payment on time.
If you are thinking of opting to go with this company for their cloud services, you are better off with Google Drive or some other cloud providers.