October 18, 2016 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Casselberry, Florida - Econ Technologies releases ChronoSync 4.7 featuring direct cloud support. This major update includes direct cloud connections for Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and SFTP file servers. Additional cloud services will be added in future releases. ChronoSync is the complete sync, backup, and bootable backup app for the Mac. ChronoSync can backup and sync to anything you can connect to a Mac: external drives, thumb drives, NAS drives, remote Macs, PC's and now cloud services. ChronoSync is designed to work on macOS 10.8 and higher. Download and try it out, full working trial licenses are available or purchase ChronoSync for $49.99. And, as always, this is a free update, so all of these new features come at no charge to existing ChronoSync users.
With the addition of direct connections to cloud services, ChronoSync is able to backup and synchronize files to virtually anything that can connect to a Mac. What's more, ChronoSync 4.7 includes SFTP server support with direct connections to a Mac, Linux or Windows system configured as an SFTP server. With SFTP you can store data on an off-site computer that you control. ChronoSync 4.7 features Disk Image and FileVault 2 mounting options on remote systems. ChronoSync 4.7 safely stores the encryption key/password for Disk Images and FileVault to mount and unlock the volume and unmount & lock the volume when the backup is finished. It's all automatic! Check out the release notes online of over 50 new features and fixes included in ChronoSync 4.7. Check out our Press Page for artwork and more information about ChronoSync, ChronoAgent, and ChronoMonitor.
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