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Retrospect 8.1 brings back PowerPC support, improves performance

EMC announced today an update to its popular Retrospect network backup software; version 8.1 brings back support for PowerPC-based workstations and improves performance for Intel-based Macs. Eric Ullman, director of project management for Retrospect, said that while older G4-based Macs will run...

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Retrospect 8 for Mac ships, backup admins do dance of joy

You can find Mac applications that have been around longer than Retrospect, but not many that have the same ratio of copies installed to jobs/sanity saved. The venerable backup tool, now in its third decade and published by EMC Insignia (original developer Dantz was acquired a few years back) has...

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Retrospect, portable storage headline Iomega booth

Iomega and EMC continue to offer plenty of backup and storage options for home and small businesses, including a new version of Retrospect that improves the interface and performance for the first time in years. Retrospect 8.0 for Mac, in addition to the customizable UI, includes improved...

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Retrospect client goes Universal in public beta

When picking code names for new software versions, generally you want to stay away from anything that implies mythological or "often mentioned, never seen" status -- users may get the wrong idea. That said, given the long wait that loyal Retrospect users have had for new developments on the Mac side...

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Retrospect updated for Leopard

It was just this past Sunday night, during our weekly talkcast aftershow (you know, the part we can't record and podcast because it's usually borderline libelous or outrageously wrongheaded), that I said "Y'know, I'm a huge Retrospect fan, and I've been using it for more than a decade, but I just...

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