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If you are looking for SQLBackupAndFTP, you have come to the right place. We explain what SQLBackupAndFTP is and point you to the official download.

What is SQLBackupAndFTP?

SQLBackupAndFTP is sold as MS SQL server backup software. Essentially, a person can use it to back up (create a safety copy of) an SQL server database, a file, or a folder. The program is also capable of zipping backups, which means it can compress that copied data so that it retains all the crucial information while trimming its size. Even more importantly, it can encrypt those backups, which translates to data protection from third-party snooping.

The SQLBackupAndFTP software can send backups to any directory on the user’s computer, or leverage various online connective technologies to send them to a remote location. Backups can be sent to FTP servers, for instance, or to a network, or even uploaded to cloud storage. It can also perform deletions of older backups if necessary.

The program is capable of performing all of these tasks by automation, provided the user sets them as scheduled jobs for the software. It is most often used by people who perform daily backups from an SQL server database. Note that it may be less so, however, for those who rely on shared hosting services.

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File types supported by SQLBackupAndFTP

Our users primarily use SQLBackupAndFTP to open these file types:

About file types supported by SQLBackupAndFTP

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Last updated: : December 10, 2014