Macs are less vulnerable to spyware & viruses than PC’s, they are just as likely to get stolen or suffer from a hardware failure. If that happens will it be your data loss, or just an inconvenience? It depends on how well you back up your Mac. Few days ago, we shared a list of Free Backup tools for Linux/ubuntu and some cool mac related stuff also like Mac Icons, Remote access Mac applications and a tutorial about how you can convert .flac to .mp3 in mac
Today, here we are sharing best free Backup programs for Mac, hope you will like them, let us know which backup mac application you like most!
Time Machine, the backup software included with the Mac OS since OS X 10.5, lets you easily create and maintain current backups of all your important data. It also makes recovering lost files a simple, and dare I say fun, process.
SilverKeeper is free application from LaCie that automates backups to external storage devices like hard drives, and other removable storage devices that have SATA/eSATA, IDE, ATA/ATAPI, SCSI, USB, or FireWire interfaces. It is now compatible with OS X 10.3.9 through 10.5.x. This includes the current version 10.5.5 of OS X.
Mathusalem is a robust and unintrusive backup system for Mac OS X Leopard, which can be used either as a System Preferences pane or directly as a command line tool. Mathusalem is complementary to Time Machine as it backups automatically one or more directories of your choice to remote servers in order ensure extra safety of your most important data. Be aware that Mathusalem is not designed to “clone” an entire file system or a subportion of it, but instead to optimally handle everyday simple backups.
Bonkey runs on both Mac and Windows & has a lot of great features. It supports email, FTP, and Amazon S3, compression, encryption, scheduling, and synchronization. It’ll even back up MS SQL server databases.