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FarStone Adds Mobility and Cloud Backups for Total Backup Recovery 10

With the new added cloud backup feature, users can back up their files and entire disk images to cloud storages like a local drive as well as accessing their backup with mobile devices.

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Total Backup Recovery 10 is based on FarStone's patented data protection technologies since the year 2000. Without any restrictions or limitations, users can now store their backups on any dedicated cloud services, or the other popular clouds such as Drop Box, Sky Drive and Google Drive.


"The added cloud backup functionality allows further data protection and mobility." Said Peter Lin, Product Manager of FarStone. "Total Backup Recovery is a comprehensive backup solution that offers recommended two-tier backup system. Local, immediate backup and restore, and a secondary backup to an offsite location such as FTP or cloud-based solution."

Rapid Restore is another innovative feature introduced in Total Backup Recovery 10, for quick system recovery when any data and system disasters occurs, such as a virus attack, failed software installation, Windows crash, or other errors, like an accidental file deletion.

"Our customers will be able to completely restore a computer (or a bare-metal restore) in less than 3 minutes, " said Peter Lin, Product Manager of FarStone. Rapid Restore technology is exclusive to FarStone Technology.

Other innovative features of Total Backup Recovery 10 include One-click backup, Factory image backup, Bare-metal restore, Defrag backup, and all-in-one scheduler.

Total Backup and Recovery main features:

  • 20 years of experience
  • All-in-one backup and recovery
  • Rapid Restore
  • Cloud Backup
  • One-click Backup & Restore
  • Disk Imaging and Windows Backup
  • P2V & V2P for VMware and Hyper-v

Pricing and availability:

FarStone Total Backup Recovery has 4 editions – Pro, Workstation, Server and Storage. Pro edition is for home users priced at $49.95 per license. Workstation, Server and Storage editions are for business users. Volume licensing is available for their license programs. No annual fees or subscription fees, and FarStone offers 30 days money back guaranteed.

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About FarStone Technology, Inc.

Founded in 1993, FarStone Technology develops data and system recovery solutions. FarStone is an ISO 9001 certified software publisher holding multiple technology patents. Headquartered in Irvine, CA, the company licenses its data and system backup software to corporations, small businesses, educational institutions and consumers worldwide. FarStone's global technology partners include Intel, AOL, Phoenix Technologies, Trend Micro, and Asus.

Contacting FarStone Technology, Inc.

Media Contact:

Peter Lin, Product Manager

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 1-949-336-4321

Media Contact: Peter Lin, FarStone Technology Inc., 949-336-4321, [email protected]

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