Encryption. SystemSafe employs AES-128 encryption to
ensure maximum privacy and security of all your data. This encryption key is the only
way to decrypt your files after data restores to
your PC. Your data is never in un-encrypted form until it returns to your PC.
Automatic Scheduler. SystemSafe has a built-in scheduler
that automatically backs up your PC each night.
You decide what time. If you miss a scheduled backup (because your PC
is offline, for example) SystemSafe will automatically initiate a backup whenever
a network connection is detected. The result is
that the backup responsibility is removed from
end users and ensures that backups are performed
Versioning. SystemSafe keeps the 10 most recent versions of each file that has changed for a period of 45 days from the date of your last backup. If any of your files are unchanged for 45 days, SystemSafe maintains the two most recent versions of that file. This policy gives you the power to restore any of the last 10 active versions of a file within a 45 day period and helps protect against common viruses, corruption and other threats, a key benefit.
Restore. SystemSafe allows you to restore your files quickly, easily and immediately from within the backup application itself (no waiting around to get emailed Zip files or some other complicated scheme). Point-and-click file restoration can be done
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year,
and is fully automated. This feature enables recovery of data from lost or
damaged files in just minutes.
New and Changed File Detection. SystemSafe uses Block Differential
file comparison technology, which backs up only the changed
portions of a file, rather than the whole file.
This advanced backup technology results in far shorter and faster backup times.
File Elimination. SystemSafe is also smart enough to employ Common
File Elimination technology. This feature offers greater efficiency by eliminating the need to
back up common files that are already stored at the
data center. These files will, however, be available
if needed during a restore.
Compression. All backup data is compressed before it is sent
to the data centers. This optimizes Internet transmission
time, and uses less data storage space.