Retrospect, Inc. has released Retrospect 13.01, a maintenance update to the recently released major upgrade (see “Retrospect 13,” 5 March 2016). The backup software improves log reporting of what type of grooming is used (storage-optimized or performance-optimized), fixes a bug with Mac clients not displaying volumes after logout and login, resolves an issue where the backup process is not correctly cleaned up after completion, and ensures the Restore Bandwidth limit for cloud backup is now respected. Retrospect 13 Desktop for Mac is priced at $119, and older versions can be upgraded for $69. It can also be purchased in an Annual Support and Maintenance (ASM) package for $249 ($179 upgrade), which includes one year of unlimited email and phone support, plus free upgrades. ($119 new, $69 upgrade, 183 MB, release notes, 10.6.8+)
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