Regular Dropbox will surely appreciate the convenience presented to them by the service. It provides users with a 2GB online storage capacity which is greatly helpful when we upload our required files from our home computer and access them on a secondary computer elsewhere. But Dropbox is now facing great competition from a service that I believe is better than Dropbox.
I am referring to Dmailer Backup.
Much like Dropbox, Dmailer Backup also provides its users with 2GB storage capacity. This brings both services on the same level with respect to online capacity. An addition feature in Dmailer which sets it apart from Dropbox is how it facilitates users who own USB flash drives. Depending on the capacity of our flash drive, Dmailer backs up all our files (documents, music, pictures, favorites, etc.) onto our flash drive in addition to storing them on the online server.
This feature ensures maximum accessibility of our files i.e. we can access our files via the internet or via our flash drive.
The desktop versions of Dmailer exist for Windows and Mac operating systems. The windows version is about 23MB large and has a standard installation. This desktop application is what will let users manage online and local backup through a singular interface.
Some of Dmailer’s main features include:
- Multiple profiles: Manage multiple profiles, maintain log files & view backup summaries
- Security: Password protected and AES 128-bit encrypted
- Catering to wide audience: Available in 18 languages
- Versioning: Maintain several versions of a file at once
- Contextual help: Access to application features guide
- Live Backup: Continuously and automatically back up your files
- Simplicity: Restore your data in one single click
Check out Dmailer Backup
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