Retrospect Backup 17.5 for Windows and Mac and Retrospect Management Console include the following new features:
Retrospect 17.5 is now certified for Alibaba Cloud, Webair, and Backblaze B2's S3 API.
Retrospect 17.5 is now certified for Apple's latest macOS version: Big Sur, due out soon.
Retrospect 17.5 is now certified for Apple Silicon, the new chipset from Apple.
Retrospect Management Console is now significantly faster and can handle larger Retrospect instances, making it the easiest way to monitor and manage a large backup infrastructure.
“We understand that businesses require support for the latest platforms on day one,” said JG Heithcock, GM of Retrospect. “Consequently, we remain fiercely committed to delivering just that.” He continued, “With this announcement, Retrospect continues to be at the forefront of delivering the most comprehensive platform and cloud storage provider support, which now includes macOS Big Sur and Apple Silicon, as well as dozens of cloud storage providers. This provides our customers with greatest freedom and flexibility to choose the solution that can best meet their IT, business, and budgetary requirements.”