Retrospect has today announced that in an effort to ensure every business can protect its data, Retrospect is offering free 90-day subscription licenses for every Retrospect Backup product.
“The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is forcing employees around the world to work from home. Complete data protection for those desktops and laptops is more important than ever, to ensure businesses can persevere and move forward,” said JG Heithcock, GM at Retrospect. “With broad platform and application support, Retrospect enables today’s workforce to protect every part of their computer environment – on-site from home offices, to the corporate network, and into the cloud.”
Retrospect’s trusted data protection suite ensures homes and businesses around the world can recover quickly from accidents, hardware failure, theft, and disaster. With its complete coverage of Windows, Mac, Linux computers and VMware and Hyper-V virtualization platforms, Retrospect provides holistic protection for any business, with cloud storage support for offsite locations on Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and many other services.
“Everyone should have a backup of their data, at their home and in their business. These are unprecedented times, and the last thing people should worry about right now is data loss.”
To learn more and sign-up for a Retrospect free 90-day subscription – no credit card required – please visit: https://www.retrospect.com/covid. All backups can be restored, even if the user ever cancels their subscription.
In addition, to learn more about Retrospect Backup’s remote data protection, please watch the on-demand webinar entitled, “How to Protect Data for Remote Employees During COVID-19” found here: https://www.retrospect.com/products/remote_data_protection.