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Handy Backup

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Handy Backup
Handy Backup product logo.png
Original author(s)Novosoft, LLC
Stable release
7.20 / December 25, 2018; 2 years ago (2018-12-25)
Engine
    Operating systemWindows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 or later, Windows Home Server 2011, Ubuntu 14.04 or Ubuntu 16.04
    PlatformIA-32 and x86-64
    Size≈250 MB
    Available inEnglish, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Chinese, Brasilian, Sweden, Dutch and other
    TypeData protection and backup software
    LicenseTrialware
    WebsiteOfficial website

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    Handy Backup is the program for data backup, recovery and synchronization, created by Novosoft, LLC[1]. The program supports standalone and network operations, depending from an edition.

    Purpose[edit]

    Handy Backup is positioned by its developers as "commercial backup software primarily designed for the needs of small business, SoHo and individual users".

    History and versions[edit]

    Short history[edit]

    • January, 2002: Handy Backup 3.0

    In 2007, the PCMag criticized Handy Backup 3.9 for its “mediocrity” and inconvenience[2].

    • August, 2003: Handy Backup 4.0 — introduces new plug-ins for ICQ, Registry and MS Outlook
    • July, 2004: Handy Backup 4.5 — updating some crucial plug-ins
    • Early 2005 — a "DVD edition" 4.6 is available, with same functions and plug-ins as before
    • November, 2005: The big maintenance update for Handy Backup 4.6 (including 64-bit internal ZIP compression)
    • February, 2006 — introducing Handy Backup 5 and its own online backup storage
    • January, 2008: The last version of Handy Backup 5
    • March, 2008: Stable edition of Handy Backup 6[3] introduces FTPS, SFTP, Outlook Express, Lotus Notes and generic Database backup plug-ins
    • April, 2009: Handy Backup 6.2 has dedicated server plug-ins for MS SQL Server, IBM DB2 and Oracle.

    From the version 6, this software divides to different editions: for home users, for advanced (professional) users and for network operations. Novosoft firstly gives the specific names for these editions (Standard, Professional and Server).

    • November, 2011: The current Handy Backup 7 enters service, with many dedicated plug-ins for SQL databases, virtual machines and cloud storage services.

    Current versions[edit]

    Now the actual main version is Handy Backup 7, and Novosoft also supports a previous version, Handy Backup 6.

    Editions[edit]

    Standalone editions are designed for using for one machine.

    • Standard
    • Professional
    • Small Server (now called Small Business)[4]

    Network editions are designed for centralized network operations.

    • Network
    • Server Network

    This is also a free edition called Free for Cloud, which supports only clouds as backup storage.

    Architecture[edit]

    The key concept of the program architecture is a task, a complete set of instructions to make particular backup, recovery or synchronization job [5]

    This utility has a GUI to create and control tasks.

    For accessing different data types and storage methods, the program utilizes plug-ins. These plug-ins are the parts of the program, not standalone utilities. The two groups of plug-ins are data sources and storage plug-ins. The program can back up and restore data with any plug-in, but can use only storage plug-ins to keep backups or to synchronize content.

    References[edit]

    1. Fen Montaigne. "Russia Rising". National Geographic.
    2. Jonathan Roubini. "Handy Backup 3.9 - Review 2007". PCMag.com.
    3. Kyle. "Handy Backup Review". PCauthorities.com.
    4. "25 Best Small Business Apps for 2012". PCMag.com.
    5. Jon L. Jacobi (2013-02-19). "Review: Handy Backup is plain, powerful and easy to use". PCworld.com.

    External links[edit]


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