Backup and disk upgrade utility for computer technicians
Future Systems Solutions announced Casper 5.0 Tech Edition, a new version of its hard disk backup and disk upgrade utility.
Designed especially for computer technicians, system integrators, and IT department use, it makes easy to perform hard disk upgrades, managed backups, and sealed disk deployment.
Casper Tech Edition offers significant features and benefits for its users, such as:
- Creation of a complete, immediately-bootable backup replacement for a failed or corrupted hard disk.
- Fast, easy hard disk upgrades on desktop PCs and laptops.
- Simplified cloning of hard disks for deployment to new computer systems. When used in combination with Microsoft’s Sysprep utility, hard disk images can be sealed and deployed via direct disk-to-disk cloning.
Designed to provide a powerful, convenient, and easy-to-use tool for backing up hard disks or upgrading to larger hard disks, Casper 5.0 offers significant features and benefits for the IT Professional.
Automatic Copy Verification sets a new standard for reliability by ensuring a copy is not corrupted by faulty RAM, a defective cable, failing disk, or bad controller interface during the cloning process.
AccuClone technology enhances cloning performance and virtually eliminates I/O degradation and other problems caused by poorly engineered and misbehaving third-party drivers and applications.
SmartStart allows users to quickly repeat a prior copy using automatically saved copy settings.
SmartClone enhancements eliminate severe performance degradation affecting many systems as a result of new, more aggressive filtering techniques employed by today’s leading antivirus and antispyware implementations.
Casper Tech Edition is compatible with all 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, and Windows 95. It works with any hard disk recognized by Windows, including all SATA, eSATA, ATA/IDE, SCSI, USB, and Firewire drives – even hardware RAID arrays.