Handy Backup Server Edition Contest – And the Winner is…

imageAs part of our ongoing “backup your data campaign”, we recently arranged with Novosoft, to give away one free license (retail value $599 U.S.), for Handy Backup Server Edition.

I’m now happy to announce the winner of a free license for Handy Backup Server Edition – a backup application designed for small and medium sized businesses, with simplicity and convenience in mind.

Congratulations to Leofelix, who entered the contest on May 17, whom we have notified by email.

If you weren’t one of the lucky winners, you can test drive this great application for 30 days by visiting Novosoft. If you prefer, you can test drive Handy Backup Standard 6.6, or Handy Backup Professional 6.6.

Thank you, to all those who participated.

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9 responses to “Handy Backup Server Edition Contest – And the Winner is…

  1. Ranjan

    Well, i didn’t participate but would like to congratulate Leo… :ThumbsUp:

  2. leofelix

    Hello Bill.
    It has been a big surprise.
    I got your e-mail some minutes ago, I still cannot believe my eyes: I won a free Handy Backup Server edition license!:)

    A big thanks to you and to Novosoft Company.

    All the best.

    leofelix from Italy

    • Bill Mullins

      Hey Leofelix,

      Congrats. I’m sure you’ll put this application to good use.

      Best,

      Bill

  3. Not a bad price for that program … Whew.
    Congratulations. ;-)

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  6. I appreciated your good article, and would like to add that Mozy has just announced an improved service that provides dual backups: on their servers and on a backup drive on your computer or local network. Backblaze and iDrive also are good choices.

    • Bill Mullins

      Thank you Robert, for the update on Mozy, and for recommending both Backblaze and iDrive.

      I appreciate you dropping by.

      Bill