It gives the Reincubate team great pleasure to announce today the official release of the iPhone Backup Extractor Professional. Open and read your encrypted iTunes backups with our easy to use and smart iPhone Backup Extractor Pro!
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Moving your backup data to an remote data-storage provider is a great way to lower cost and remove complexity from your organisation. Inhouse backup is still appropriate, but not at the level it might otherwise be, and it's nice to have a partner take on your requirements around security, scalability, and accessibility.
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