Tri-Edre has released an update for Tri-BACKUP, bringing it to version 3.07. Tri-BACKUP is a backup utility used for file storage on OS X. The update has several performance enhancements including simplified bootable backups. According to Tri-Edre:
TRI-EDRE is proud to announce you the availability of Tri-BACKUP 3.10.
Tri-BACKUP is a powerful and easy backup utility for Mac OS X.
Tri-BACKUP offers two different modes: "Immediate Actions" (to do easy and immediate backup, synchronizations, and restorations) and "Programmed actions" (to schedule automatic backup and synchronizations). Tri-BACKUP 3 has been designed for Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server.
Tri-BACKUP 3.10 brings several new features. Now Tri-BACKUP can make complete and bootable Mac OS X backups without asking you to login as "root". Tri-BACKUP just asks an Administrator password.
New features in version 3.10:
- Under OS X, can activate Administrator mode with an Administrator password, to grant to Tri-BACKUP all permissions, without needing to login as root
- Lock/unlock function to prevent any user to change the settings or run unauthorized actions
- Fix an issue while saving to multiple volumes. When compression activated, the last file of a destination volume could be not copied
- Several other minor improvements
You can find more information about the Tri-BACKUP update at the Tri-Edre Web site. Tri-BACKUP 3.10 is free for registered 3.x users, while the full version is available for US$49.00.