BackUp Buddy 2.0 Released
Blue Nomad has released BackupBuddy 2.0. BackupBuddy 2.0 is the first product available that uses a unique process for backing up devices and storing all changes made to the device since the last backup in a database enabling users to restore a device to any point in time.
Because BackupBuddy now contains a complete history of any given device's files and settings, users can restore individual files or their entire device to any previous point in time with the simple click of a button, a process called ZoomBack. BackupBuddy 2.0, when used with a Palm Powered device, provides a complete backup solution for both consumer and enterprise customers.
"BackupBuddy 2.0 is a tremendous leap forward over our prior versions and competing backup solutions in terms of usability and features. The ZoomBack feature is like having a giant "Undo" button for your handheld device. Users need not ever fear losing any data knowing that BackupBuddy is keeping track of each and every change that they make to their devices, and can restore them to working condition in a snap" say Alexis S. Hinds, CEO of Blue Nomad.
"Blue Nomad's BackupBuddy is an industry-standard backup application for Palm Powered devices, and we're excited to see them continue to add powerful features for the enterprise market," said Larry Berkin, director of developer marketing, PalmSource. "We believe that as users put more of their critical files and applications on their mobile devices, the market will demand backup solutions like BackupBuddy 2.0 for Palm Powered mobile devices."
BackupBuddy 2 is available now [BUY] for $29.95. BackupBuddy 2 also contains a license for BackupBuddyVFS:Lite which allows users to backup their organizer's critical files to expansion cards.
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