Dropbox + Retrospect for complete hybrid data protection
September 14, 2016
We're pleased to announce that Retrospect now supports cloud backup to Dropbox.
Dropbox has 500 million users worldwide, and it is the most requested cloud storage provider for Retrospect. With Retrospect 11.5 for Windows and Retrospect 13.5 for Mac, you can now protect your data offsite in a Dropbox account. If you don't already have one, a Dropbox account is free and includes 2 GB of space.
In addition to Dropbox support, this release adds server configuration management, cloud certifications for AWS Mumbai, Swisscom, and Cloudian, and certifications for the latest software updates: Windows Server 2016, Windows SQL Server 2016, Windows Server Core, Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and macOS Sierra.
Retrospect allows you to protect your entire environment on-site on disk and tape or off-site in the cloud on Dropbox as well as Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and a host of other cloud storage providers. Along with the latest system updates, Retrospect continues to support older systems such as Windows XP and OS X Snow Leopard, ensuring you have total coverage in case of accident, failure, or disaster.
Retrospect 11.5 for Windows and Retrospect 13.5 for Mac are free updates for Retrospect 11 for Windows and Retrospect 13 for Mac customers and are available now for download.
Kristin Goedert is Director of Marketing and has been with Retrospect for more than a decade.