How Leo Backup Keeps Your Data Safe and Secure

March 15, 2011 | By | 8 Replies More

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This isn’t the second time that I have featured backup software on this site, this time; I’m introducing something new that would definitely boost the interest of many backup software users across the internet.

How ’bout running Leo Backup software on a test drive?

Leo Backup software boosts a comprehensive and simple solution to backup and restore your valuable data in a few clicks, regardless of your network coverage or data amount powered with new capabilities that protects your files from any intrusion using an easy-to-use interface and customizable mechanisms.

Leo backup properties

Security is assured with FTP SSL/TLS and SFTP support capabilities, private key authorization and file encryption through password controlled interface.

Leo Backup also offers automatic backup like most advanced software of its kind, a flexible scheduler, simultaneous program execution, reporting service via email including direct backups of major and most commonly used data.

Leo Backup considers the corporate end-user with its active directory impersonation, special scripting or COM support, unlimited backup sets, and customized versions or company branded backup.

This tool makes an easy backup management with timestamps, incremental backups, compression for files to save space, filtering of files and registry backup in case changes have been made on the system caused by application or software installation and or removal.

Embrace security and backup your data with Leo Backup’s sophisticated features. Try it now and see for yourself!

Download Leo Backup software here.

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  1. David says:

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will download & try it. We have about 6 computers, each with separate HD for backup – but we tend to use the software that comes with the HD these days, as it is easier (but obviously not necessarily the best)

  2. Sonny says:

    Will this hog a lot of the computer’s resources, while it runs in the background?

  3. Dan says:

    I’ve heard of Leo sometime ago but forgot on trying it so thanks for blogging about it. There’s also a professional version of LEO but I’ll try the free one to see if it will suffice for my needs.

  4. Brad says:

    Will definitely try out the software. I like the automatic backup features and the file encryption capabilities. Sounds like very good software.

  5. Ibn Omar says:

    Hey I am glad i land on your blog. Keep up the good work, trying to be as good as you. I am a newbie in this niche.

  6. Mathdelane says:

    Thanks for the compliment! I appreciate it.

  7. Mathdelane says:

    I’m not sure Sonny. Try it out and check it on the “processes” tab in Windows Task Manager.

  8. Paul Salmon says:

    I’ll have to try out Leo. I have been looking for backup software, and I have been looking at a few. I’ll have to add Leo to my list. Thanks.

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