Retrospect Backup and Recovery Software

pic-1With the right solution, educational institutions everywhere can rest easy knowing that their digital assets are safe. Retrospect’s enterprise level features provide local and offsite backups, precise point-in-time restores, built-in file-level deduplication, VMware integration, iOS remote management of multiple backup servers, end-user-initiated restores, and industry-leading customer support, all with no dedicated IT staff required to manage it. In fact, Retrospect’s new High-level Dashboard provides a high-level view of the entire state of your backup environment. See at a glance what backups are running, how much you’ve backed up in the last week per day, which computers aren’t protected, the state of your storage, and more.

Retrospect offers peace of mind through its automated “fire and forget” design that keeps data protected with little or no babysitting with iOS app and email reporting to keep admins informed. There’s no need to tell Retrospect to do a full backup; it intelligently backs up only the unique files that it doesn’t already have. It also ensures compliance and data security through encrypted backups to safeguard sensitive information that’s susceptible to loss or theft and supports Write-Once Read-Many (WORM) digital tape archiving.

Plus, because it saves a complete point-in-time file listing of every backup, Retrospect always restores exactly the files that belong on a volume; no unwanted files get restored and later require cleanup. Need to protect laptops that come and go from the network? No problem. Retrospect’s Proactive Backup feature watches for computers and automatically backs them up when they connect to the network. Whats really smart here is Retrospect reduces the overall power demands for backups, Retrospect awakens sleeping/stand-by mode computers to back them up and then allows them to return to their low-power state.

What you will also enjoy are some really special benefits that provide additional protection. Retrospect detects failing hard disks and sends an alert for immediate backup as well as “Bare metal” disaster recovery of non-bootable systems. It can even make use of multiple hard disk destinations, whether grouped together or used independently. Retrospect includes a wealth of data about your backups in the operations log which now comes included to give you complete insight into each backup’s progress which means you can filter emails based on errors, warnings, or other keywords to hone in on issues as soon as they happen.

Get Retrospect for your school this year and enjoy peace of mind in 2016!



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