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Nero has taken an interesting step, today, a little away from media software specialist to more of a home IT solution package with the launch of BackItUp & Burn.
The idea is to provide an incredibly simple way for people to copy and save their data without having to think or know too much about what’s going on – or remembering to do it for that matter. Nero has minimized the footprint as much as possible and kept the interface design in a similar vein to well known Windows products like Outlook to promote whatever warm glow that may bring.
The software allows you to back up to HDD, CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, FTP, memory card and online too as well as synchronising files and folders and scheduling activity along with all the norms you’d expect.
It’s available for a very reasonable £29.99 for the downloadable version and, provided you actually buy software, that’s pretty hard to argue with even if you only use the package for burning. Definitely worth a look.