What do you like best?
Doesn't force you to pay for cloud backups like most solutions.
Pricing for ToDo Backup Center Technician license (allows unlimited backup clients).
firstname.lastname@example.org offered 40% off, so the prices are as following
$839.40 USD for 1-Year license
$1139.40 USD for 2-Year license
$2399.40 USD for Free Lifetime Upgrade version.
Windows PE disk or USB drive to restore a computer back to metal.
What do you dislike?
Wasn't the easiest to learn.
You have to enter the computers you want to deploy the backup client to and then report them all again in a different spot in the program to manage them.
I had to reboot several computers before it would let me install the client on them. When a computer fails, you have to reenter it again to try again.
Rarely, the first time you start a backup on a computer, it will lock it up. After a manual reboot, I've never had a problem again.
Recommendations to others considering the product
If you just want to locally take images of PCs and manage from a central place on the cheap, this is the cheapest good option I've found
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
We are backing up complicated computer setups to a local NAS. This allows us to restore a whole computer in less than an hour. If we had to download the full image from the internet, it would take probably about 4 hours to restore a computer. We use OneDrive to backup the user's files to the cloud so if the office does burn down, we just lose the program configurations, which is fine.