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Renaissance - Freeware Backup Tool, From Compuapps


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#1 stidyup

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Posted 10 May 2006 - 07:57 AM

Renaissance

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Home or office computer now contains confidential, personal, family, and financial data. But what happens if you inadvertently delete a file, are attacked by a virus, spy ware, ad ware, mal ware or your computer suffers a disk crash? You need a reliable, proven technology for backup with ability to protect your valuable data along with the ability to recover files on demand and disaster recovery.

Renaissance is a simple yet powerful Backup application that provides every user the peace of mind by its ease, comfort and security. Renaissance enables user to select files and data with a quick and easy to wizard interface. After a quick setup, Renaissance does the rest. You never have to worry about lost files again. Some of the features of Renaissance are listed below:

* Protects servers, business-critical applications, desktops, and notebooks
* Easy to set up and manage
* Fast, reliable, secure backups
* Smart restores with unparalleled accuracy
* Backup to disk, network drives1
* Simplifies media management

Dual Backup & Protection™ (DPB): Dual Backup solution in Renaissance provides an option to backup either by imaging or files as is.

Touch-No Touch Backup™ (TNT). Once set up, Renaissance automatically works for you. Your changed files are archived. Keeps track of all the changes you made and automatically archives these changes when you reconnect to your backup destination. Renaissance comes with various touch technologies

* Zero-Touch Backup™ … Automatic scheduled backup

Value Pick: Are important files scattered around your computer? Don't know where your documents are? Value Pick was designed to locate and keep track of specific file types (for example, Word documents or Excel Files or MP3 Files), even if they are stored in many different folders and volumes.

Multiple Destinations. With Renaissance take advantage of wide range of data storage devices such as an Internal or External Disks (USB, FireWire, PCMCIA, Parallel, SATA, SCSI etc…), Zip drives, Thumb drives etc.

Safe and Secure: What happens when the Backup drive is lost or stolen? Is your data at risk? Renaissance provides the best encryption using industry standard AES encryption technologies along with highly secure SHA-1(the most secure protection) password protection.

Store More-Less Space: Renaissance provides state of the art data compression technologies to save more data in less space.

Find Files: Want to restore a specific file backed up few months ago? Renaissance stores all the versions of the backup image files and allows recovering older version files.

Disk-to-Disk: With DirectDisk Technology, Renaissance will backup all the locked or protected files by windows.

Supported Operating systems include

Windows XP (Home and Professional) edition
Windows 2000 Professional and Server version
Windows 2003 Server versions
Windows Vista (should be compactable with, no test data available)
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation & Server versions
Windows Me
Windows 98
Windows 95b


DriveSmart

Early Warning & Tracking Defense Systems

CompuApps introducing DriveSMART EWT a “Early Warning and Tracking Systems” which track the status of the computer hard disks, timely detecting and anticipating any problems, occurring with the disk, before the danger of the data loss appears.

DriveSMART utilizes the S.M.A.R.T. technology to track the status of the computer hard disks. Its main goal is to timely detecting and anticipate any problems that are about to occur on your hard disk.
How does DriveSMART protect my data?

Just as soon as the hard disk state changes, an S.M.A.R.T. system, integrated into the disk, notifies you about it. The disk condition may slowly decline; however, this might not show up for a while, as the disk will try and correct its own mistakes. Eventually the drive will give up leading to loss of your data.

All this time, while the disk condition was growing worse, the S.M.A.R.T. system has been notifying you about it. To obtain this information in time and save your data from an unexpected failure, simply install Drive SMART.
What is S.M.A.R.T. technology for hard drives?

S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) is implemented into almost all of the modern hard disks. A special program inside the disk constantly keeps tracking the condition of a range of the vital parameters: temperature, disk heads, surface state, electronics, etc. At the present time, S.M.A.R.T. technology is able to predict up to 70% of all hard disk problems! However, to use this information, you have to retrieve it from the disk and analyze it. This is one of the DriveSMART program's tasks.
Supported Operating Systems:

For Windows
Windows XP (Home and Professional) edition
Windows 2000 Professional and Server version
Windows Me
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation & Server
Windows 98
Windows 95b
Windows 2003 Server versions

For Macintosh
MAC OS X 10.2 and 10.3



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Posted 10 May 2006 - 01:29 PM

Have you used either of these applications?
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John
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