EMC Corp. is beta testing Retrospect 8.0 for Macintosh, a backup and recovery application.

The software includes Retrospect server for the Mac OS X, which backs up, restores and copies files. EMC says version 8.0 can do several functions on different machines at the same time. It can stream data simultaneously to multiple disk or tape storage systems.

The user interface includes elements from iTunes and Mac OS X server Admin, and the custom reporting features alerts users to sources not backed up in a given number of days, plus the amount of storage available and used in various media.

The software can be downloaded from this site.

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