Firstly the link you provided is to a blog article so, to make sure the writers of that software get proper credit, the tool is available here - http://www.lazycoding.com/products.aspx.
I would suggest you contact lazycoding directly to ask this question. From reading their website there is no mention of whether the software needs 32bit or 64bit or is entirely agnostic. My gut feeling would be that it would work but I would want to try it out on a test server first to make sure.
answered Feb 07, 2011 at 11:01 PM
Another option is to make use of windows scheduler and Batch file. Its very easy - Create a batch file contain SQL query for taking backup, By using windows scheduled task schedule it as required and call your batch file inside the scheduler.
answered Feb 07, 2011 at 11:05 PM