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  Reply # 489243 4-Jul-2011 16:28
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I'm interested in trying out the todo-backup it edition, however I don't want to buy it, just to evaluate it, and they don't seem to have an eval option.

If I could do even a 10 day eval, then I could tested it out, and have the confidence to recommend it (or not) to my employer as an alternative.

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  Reply # 498822 28-Jul-2011 09:57
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I have been on a few other sites on threads with people mentioning similar sentiments. I have been referred to the product below, which has exactly the type of pricing I am looking for - and seems to do the job judging from the referrals. I have not tried it yet, but will be shortly.

http://www.macrium.com/business.aspx

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  Reply # 499089 28-Jul-2011 19:33
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zimbonz:
I thingk it is poor, to charge the very dealers who have been pushing the product into the market in the first place, in such a way.


They know that you don't have a better alternative to go to.  And I would know.

They are creaming it at the moment with the NZD and AUD so high against the US.

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  Reply # 499091 28-Jul-2011 19:36
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zimbonz: I have been on a few other sites on threads with people mentioning similar sentiments. I have been referred to the product below, which has exactly the type of pricing I am looking for - and seems to do the job judging from the referrals. I have not tried it yet, but will be shortly.

http://www.macrium.com/business.aspx


Let us know what you think, I have look at it as a replacement some months ago and it is not as rounded and easy to us as SP.  They are (were) around 12~24 months behind in development.


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