APPLE INCLUDES RETROSPECT CLIENT ON RHAPSODY CD
Pre-Release Program Allows Rhapsody Developers to Protect Work
ORINDA, CA - October 14, 1997 - Developers for Apple Computer's next
generation operating system, code-named Rhapsody, will have an easy way to
back up their development files with the new Retrospect Client for
Dantz Development today announced that Apple is including a beta version of
Retrospect Client for Rhapsody on the Rhapsody Developer Release CD-ROM.
Developers may sign up for a pre-release program with Dantz that supports
up to four Rhapsody development computers. Developers who join the program
by paying the $99.00 license fee will also receive bug fixes or
enhancements that become available during the course of Apple's development
of Rhapsody. More information is available by sending an e-mail to
The Retrospect Client for Rhapsody is a newly written client, native for
Rhapsody, not an emulated Mac OS client. Retrospect Client for Rhapsody
requires the award-winning Retrospect running on a Mac OS computer.
The Retrospect Client for Rhapsody is ideal for:
- Backing up and restoring user data files and privileges
- Moving files between Mac OS, Windows, and Rhapsody computers
- Protecting against possible problems when upgrading to new
versions of Rhapsody
DANTZ DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Dantz believes safeguarding and managing the vast quantity of data stored
on personal computers is critical to maintaining a productive working
environment. Dantz publishes backup solutions that meet the needs of
millions of computer users worldwide by making data protection automatic,
fast, and efficient.
Dantz's award-winning Retrospect backup software makes it easy for anyone
to back up an entire workgroup of computers to a single storage device.
Major Retrospect customers include Amgen, Apple, BBDO, BMW, Booz Allen
Hamilton, British Telecom, Eastman Kodak, Genentech, GTE, L.L. Bean,
Liberty Mutual, Lockheed Martin, Mattel Toys, Merck, Mercury
Communications, Motorola, NASA, Nortel, Optus, Philip Morris, Pixar, Swiss
National Bank, TransCanada PipeLine, U.S. Peace Corps, and Walt Disney.