ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, June 10 /CNW/ - Spb Software House, the leading
Windows Mobile applications vendor, releases Spb Backup 2.0 - a tool for
making reserve copies of personal data and system settings for Windows Mobile
phones. Spb Backup safeguards from data loss, eliminates the pain of
reinstalling applications after a hard reset, a ROM or device upgrade, and
delivers a flawless restore experience. The choice of ASUS and Gigabyte, Spb
Backup became the best-sold backup utility for Pocket PC in 2007. The new Spb
Backup 2.0 is smarter, twice as fast, and makes moving data between Windows
Mobile phones as easy as unpacking an archive.
Spb Backup 2.0 (http://www.spbsoftwarehouse.com/products/backup) will
come to the rescue if a hard reset disaster strikes, or if the device is
stolen or lost. Spb Backup Sync makes it easy to keep a recent copy of all
data and system settings at a secure desktop PC location. Spb Backup 2.0 will
restore from the archive, even if data has to be moved to a new device or ROM.
The backing up process itself is so easy, that regular backups will become
second nature. Spb Backup 2.0 works for both Pocket PCs and Smartphones and
copies the entire device, including contacts, sms, emails, storage card files,
and even preferences and shortcuts.
Originally, Spb Backup sprung up from Spb Clone technology - a product,
trusted by thousands of enterprises for creating exact copies of "master" PDA
devices. The new Spb Backup 2.0 offers a handy desktop component - Spb Backup
Unpack. The tool allows viewing and exploring the backup archive on a desktop
PC and pulling out single contacts, messages, and tasks. During the restore
process, Spb Backup will automatically detect if device or ROM upgrade is
taking place and prompt to select the appropriate restore mode.
About Spb Software House (http://www.spbsoftwarehouse.com)
Spb Software House designs software to enhance the experience of using
Windows Mobile phones. It is an international company with presence in Hong
Kong, Russia and Thailand. Spb offers a unique line of consumer products, and
its partners include ASUSTeK, BenQ Siemens, E-TEN, Fly, Fujitsu Siemens
Computers, Gigabyte, HTC, O2, Optimus, Palm, SingTel, Swisscom Mobile,
Toshiba, T-Mobile, and VimpelCom.
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