Iperius Backup 4.7.0 has shipped with support for incremental and differential backups to Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, OneDrive and Azure.
That’s the commercial builds, anyway — as with previous editions, Iperius Backup Free 4.7.0 doesn’t support cloud backups.
There’s a new cloud synchronization tool, and optional concurrent uploads may increase backup speeds.
Extended support for virtual environments sees faster connection speeds to VMware ESXi hosts, compatibility with ESXi 6.5, and improved backup of Hyper-V VMs.
Handy tweaks include an option to automatically eject removable media, and the ability to apply your proxy settings to local and cloud backups.
The program is available in six commercial editions. Iperius Desktop ($31) delivers all the core local and cloud backup features most users need; Iperius Essential ($74) adds Windows Server backup; Iperius Adv. Database ($156) is the Essential build plus database backups; Iperius Adv. VM ($156) is the Essential build plus VM support; Iperius Adv. Tape ($156) is the Essential build plus tape backups; and if you can’t choose, Iperius Full ($288) does absolutely everything.
Alternatively, if you’re on a budget and can live without the cloud backup, Iperius Desktop Free delivers plenty of local backup functionality with no licensing or other artificial restrictions.
Iperius Backup Free is available now for Windows XP and later.