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backup file

A duplicate file in a location apart from the original file. See backup storage and backup types.
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For example, the $40 iExplorer program, for the Windows and Mac operating systems, can grab a specific text conversation from the iTunes backup file and save it in a more common format like a plain-text file (which can be opened and saved in Microsoft Word), a comma-separated values file or as a PDF file.
If they want to recover from iTunes or iCloud Backup File, then it can retrieve 12 types of data from your iTunes or iCloud backup, including Camera Roll, Photo Stream, Contacts, Messages, Message Attachments, Call History, Calendar, Reminders, Notes, Voice Memos, WhatsApp and Safari Bookmarks.
In addition, when selecting Recover from iTunes Backup File mode, users can extract the iTunes Backup File for all iOS devices, including the new iPhone 5S/5C and iPad mini 2/iPad Air.
They want to supply the agent with the information needed, but many are concerned about turning over the entire backup file to the IRS.
Approximately a month after the backup file was posted to the shared drive, an employee discovered it, recognized that it contained personal information and reported it during a staff meeting.
If you saved a backup of the database, you may be able to restore the backup file in a different location and then delete the form in the current file and import the form from the backup.
The embassy bombing in Kenya identified the need to keep this backup file outside the SAO office [Marme, 2002].
The size of the backup file is a significant reduction of the original database size, maximizing storage efficiency, while the state-of-the-art 128-bit encryption algorithm ensures that backups cannot fall into the wrong hands.
A stronger internal control would require a different employee to reconcile shipments with the weekly sales summary report and another to create the backup file and transport it to an off-site location.
Then, import encrypted iTunes backup file. It is extremely easy to do by clicking the Open button.
Users can also delete the unwanted SMS in the backup file.
The program can automatically append the date to your backup file's name, and keep track of all of your backups.