ChronoAgent 2017 Mac is the professional choice for regular backups, clones of bootable disks, and folder synchronizations. The target of any visible device or folder in the Finder, such as A volume, thumb drive, NAS, disk image, server or (with ChronoAgent) another Mac! Chronosync replaces your backup utility, drive cloning utility, and folder synchronization utility with a single, powerful application.
Add interrelated (free for IOS) and use Chronosync to slide files and folders to your iDevice! Chronosync Mac is not a secure tool. It is not just a sync tool. It is also not a cloning tool. Chronosync is the three of us! Not only does he do it all, he stands out with each and every one of these tasks! Why buy a monotasking if you have a multitasking that can have outdone it.
Chronosync provides the ability to preview any synchronization or backup operation in a preview and allows you to make changes before the active. Other tools provide no option for interaction, so you can blindly and hope for the better run. Mirroring your backups Most backup programs leave you on your own when the time comes to restore the data.
The same applies to retrieving older versions of files that were archived. Of course, this is when you even have an archive option (most are not). Chronosync provides a complete user interface for restoring files and retrieving older files from an archive. Email notifications, notification centers, and push notifications to keep your iPhone informed about any synchronization or backup tasks as you are completed. No other synchronization/backup tools provide so many notification options.
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Of course, we have all planners to allow you to run a time for a synchronization or backup, but what if you want it to be executed when a particular event occurs? How do you leave it working automatically when you mount an external hard drive? Or maybe, have a sync backup run when you get back from work and open your laptop? Chronosync can do it … and a whole lot more! Chronosync is also fairly easy to use when configuring extended backup schemes.
Most users will easily configure it and leave your thing in the background. For main users, however, there is a whole host of configurable options to refine it to your needs. Things like synchronization triggers, scheduled rules, detailed log reports, script execution, packet management, pre-detection errors, etc. These are professional-level functions at a consumer-level price.