Protects a single Windows Server and five workstations using local, network, and cloud disk- based storage. Tape devices are not supported.
From $31 per month or from $599.
Premium Version: Premium includes Open File Backup, Unlimited Email and Dissimilar Hardware.
From $64 per month or from $1,099.
Running macOS? Single Server 5 for Mac
Retrospect provides complete protection with backup, archive, and duplicate features built in.
File-level and system-level protection for your servers with point-in-time restores.
Deploy agents on every desktop and laptop to ensure complete protection across your entire infrastructure.
Retrospect supports more than twenty cloud storage providers, all seamlessly integrated with zero-knowledge security and no lock-in.
Backup scripts enable you to tailor a backup strategy that works best for your environment.
Our customers rave about their experiences with our excellent Support team, just a phone call or email away.
With Retrospect Backup, businesses around the world can now protect their critical infrastructure on Retrospect Cloud Storage, with complete support for immutable backups and anomaly detection, as well as on-premise with Retrospect’s deep support for NAS devices and tape libraries.
Businesses need to understand not only what is in a backup but what changed between backups. Using anomaly detection and backup comparison, administrators can identify exactly which files changed to signal an anomaly and evaluate their contents to isolate valid ransomware infections.
Many ransomware variants depend on unpatched systems for infiltration. Retrospect Backup now utilizes its extensive footprint to aggregate system information and identify systems that are out of compliance with the latest version of each operating system.
Retrospect Management Console dashboard will be redesigned to better aggregate information for larger environments to address reporting pains in significantly larger backup infrastructure.
Cloud backup is significantly faster with multi-part upload support across the major cloud storage services.
Retrospect will support an additional type of retention where Retrospect extends the period on past backups instead of including that data in new backups.
Retrospect will support blob storage on Microsoft Azure for Government to enhance support for state and local agencies looking for data protection in a US-based high-security data center.
Identity protection is important even for on-premise applications. Retrospect Backup will support configuration encryption and multi-factor authentication (MFA) combined with a password prompt. Even if an attacker gains administrative access to the computer where Retrospect Backup runs, they will not be able to access the program or the configuration files. In addition, Retrospect Management Console supports multi-factor authentication.
Retrospect Backup supports LTO-9 tape libraries for fast data protection to tape storage.
On Retrospect Management Console, administrators will be able to access a full audit log for actions taken by any users on their account.
On Retrospect Management Console, organizations will be able to assign roles to individual users, with "Administrators" able to access any function within the service and "Viewers" able to utilize the extensive reporting capabilities without worrying about changing any settings.
Retrospect's high-level dashboard provides a high-level view of the entire state of your backup environment.
Heterogeneous networks are protected using Retrospect’s native client software, ensuring perfect backups regardless of operating system.
Retrospect supports a variety of encryption algorithms, including AES-256, for both at-rest and in-transit security options.
Intelligent incremental backups enable Retrospect to backup up only new or changed files.
Retrospect always restores exactly the files that belong on a volume; no unwanted files get restored and later require cleanup.
Grooming allows customers to stay protected with a long-term backup retention policy to ensure recovery from yesterday, last month, or five years ago, using storage that fits their budget.
Retrospect integrates with the latest monitoring systems, including Nagios, Slack, and IFTTT.
Retrospect maximizes storage usage by only copying unique files—even across multiple computers—to the backup media.
Boot media can be created for nearly every Windows system protected by Retrospect to provide fast recovery from a non-bootable state.
Retrospect supports most types of magnetic media for backup, including hard disk drives, network-attached disk, cloud storage, flash media, and every major tape format.
To include or skip specific files, folders, and volumes, or to back up only specific data to cloud storage, Retrospect includes both built-in and user-definable selectors that filter data based on a multitude of conditions, including file names, dates, and types.
To reduce 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.
Use the free Retrospect iOS app on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to keep tabs on backups over Wi-Fi or 3/4G.
“We had an architect client who deleted plans for a new museum. Easily 1,000's of man hours invested. Retrospect saved their job.”
Chris Cooper - Fortuna Group
1 out of 27
“Retrospect protects my data (including valuable and irreplaceable artworks) and my work environment, so I can focus on my art.”
Bob Nicholls - Paleoart
2 out of 27
“It's far less expensive than Veritas or other products we looked at, and it backs up Linux, macOS, and Windows.”
Mike Bernhardt - Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
3 out of 27
“Built-in smart filters makes it easy to see what clients have backed up and what clients have not backed up. Great backup software for a fraction of the price of their competitors.”
4 out of 27
“Best Mac backup that has been evolving for many years.”
Tony Verga - CDS Group, inc
5 out of 27
“It has been a reliable backup solution for our clients for over 15 years.”
Calvin Anderson - WestWorld Computers Ltd
6 out of 27
“We've been using Retrospect Multi-Server for almost a decade and we are really impressed with the latest version.”
Keith Bingham - Detex Corporation
7 out of 27
“Reliable, fast backups without too much complexity. Good balance between features and ease of use.”
8 out of 27
“We have been working with Retrospect for years. This product is just fantastic. It integrates perfectly whether it is on the Apple or Windows system.”
Xavier Boucher - HorusMicroSystem
9 out of 27
“We are using Retrospect daily and we don't know how many times it saves our jobs.”
Miho Karolyi - Kaligraf d.o.o.
10 out of 27
“You can leave it for months, then come back to it and restore files deleted by office staff months ago - I've done this in anger many times and it's never let me down yet! Best customer support I've ever had.”
11 out of 27
“I've used Retrospect for decades, until recently needed it only for occasional recovery of individual files. Recently I had a catastrophic computer crash, and the Retrospect backup saved me.”
12 out of 27
“A fantastic piece of software we have used and sold for many many years. Easy to use, cross platform backup and synchronisation at a sensible price point.”
Stu Bennett - ComputerWorld Group
13 out of 27
“The last time I used Retrospect to restore data: yesterday. Retrospect did exactly what was expected. Fast and efficient, unlike Time Machine.”
Jan-Erik Gustavsson - Gapscom AB
14 out of 27
“Selectors for backing up data and restoring data. ProactiveAI. Grooming. Fantastic software with vast features.”
15 out of 27
“I have had to work with just about every other product on the market. Retrospect beats them all hands down.”
Johan Vos - The Jupiter Drawing Room
16 out of 27
“The people who work at Retrospect are the best!”
Bruce Oliver - Bruce Oliver Consulting
17 out of 27
“We have used Retrospect since the early 2000s as it was the best (perhaps at times the ONLY!) Mac server / client solution for SME backup.”
Tom Parkinson - New State Entertainment
18 out of 27
“I had issues with other backup solutions in my environment. Now that I utilize Retrospect, I've been a happy customer.”
Kevin Bell - Integrity IT Works
19 out of 27
“I've used Retrospect for more than a decade and never had a file I couldn't restore.”
Bob Brown - Senior Lecturer at Kennesaw State University
20 out of 27
“It's the best software for backing up tons of multimedia data files in my company (the biggest media company in Europe).”
Marek Slowik - Phoenix Press
21 out of 27
“The cost was lower than most big brands providing backup solution. The system was highly reliable. Perfect backup solution for small businesses.”
22 out of 27
“I have been a very satisfied customer for well over a decade. Retrospect is the very BEST in the industry! Literally saved my insurance business on many, many occasions.”
Sue Ritchie - Ritchie Financial
23 out of 27
“I have had several server crashes, and Retrospect has saved my critical data. Restoration was a breeze. It's an outstanding, easy to use product–well priced for so much functionality.”
Steve Bergmann - Venn Tech Services
24 out of 27
“A RAID is not a substitute for a backup! RAID 1 success during last decade? About 30%. Retrospect? 100%.”
Pete Martin - TechGraphics
25 out of 27
“The best software I have found for PC backup and restore!”
Stellan Rosengren - AB Volvo
26 out of 27
“I had tried other programs in the past - but NONE of them work! They do very, very poorly on restore. Only Retrospect has NEVER failed me!!!”
27 out of 27
Protects open files on NTFS-formatted volumes on the one Windows server. This add-on makes it possible to protect line-of-business applications—such as accounting, CRM, and proprietary database systems—while they’re running, even those with data files spread across multiple volumes. Retrospect’s Open File Backup Disk-to-Disk Edition add-on covers your Retrospect host server only. Specifically for Retrospect Single Server (Disk-to-Disk) and Desktop (Professional).
Makes it possible to recover your Windows server—including the OS, applications, registry, and data—to different physical hardware, such as a newer model or even one from a different manufacturer entirely. Retrospect’s Dissimilar Hardware Restore Disk-to-Disk Edition add-on covers your Retrospect host server only. Specifically for Retrospect Single Server (Disk-to-Disk) and Desktop (Professional).
Provides hot backups of Microsoft SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012, 2008, and 2005. Automatically restores a SQL Server or individual databases to a specific point in time. Licensed for use on a SQL server running either the Retrospect application or as a Retrospect Client; includes a Retrospect Server Client license.
Provides hot backups of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, and 2003 storage groups, databases, and mailboxes. (Due to Microsoft Exchange API changes, Exchange 2016 and higher mailbox backup is not supported.) Automatically restores an Exchange Server or individual components to a specific point in time. Licensed for use on an Exchange Server running either the Retrospect application or as a Retrospect Client; includes a Retrospect Server Client license.
Provides protection and migration for unlimited email IMAP accounts. Back up every email account in the organization and restore individual emails with attachments to the original account or a new account. Migrate every email from one account to another one time or on a schedule.
Extends the number of networked servers that can be backed up using Retrospect Single Server editions. Each Retrospect Server Client adds a license for protecting one additional server as a network client.
Extends the number of networked desktops and notebook computers that can be backed up using Retrospect Disk-to-Disk or Desktop editions. Available in 1, 5, and 10 client license packs.
Provides technical support via email and phone (available in select regions) and all upgrades/updates of purchased product at no additional cost for 1 year from the date of ASM purchase. Learn more about it >
Please ask your sales representative for more information about ASM.
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Retrospect for Windows supports the following Microsoft Windows operating systems for local and client backup and the following Apple OS X and Linux operating systems for client backup.
Backing up server OS clients requires Retrospect Multi Server or other Server edition with available Server Client Licenses.
See the Full System Requirements.
Retrospect supports a wide variety of storage devices as the destination for backups, including hard drives (both direct- and network-attached), tape drives and libraries, flash storage, and removable disk drives (RDX, REV, etc.). See the Retrospect Device Support Database for a complete list of supported tape drives and libraries.