updated 02:55 pm EST, Tue November 27, 2007
Time Navigator backup
Atempo on Tuesday announced that it has added Mac OS X Leopard support to its Time Navigator backup and recovery software for enterprise-class data protection and data-intensive businesses. Time Navigator for Mac OS X preserves high-value data through its time-based restoration process and includes features customized for Macs. Offering a native Mac OS X graphical user interface as well as dedicated widget, Time Navigator simplifies critical process of managing data across multiple levels of storage media. Time Navigator, the company claims, is suited for protecting high-value data in markets with a large Mac presence such as digital media and post-production, life sciences, higher education and others. The software supports Windows, Mac OS, Linux and UNIX platforms.
The software offers encryption, digital signatures and hierarchical key management as well as backup to tape and disk options. It also support policy-based administration to create data protection policies that help define backup strategies.
The company says that its software system-independent data archive that is easily restored to any system and is organized using folders on a project basis.
In addition it supports Storage Area Network (SAN) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) environments.
“Mac OS X is a platform where creativity and innovations come to life, and companies recognize that having a world-class backup and recovery system in place to protect those digital assets is a business imperative,” said Mark Sutter, CTO and VP of Engineering for Atempo. “Companies that will rely on Leopard to create those innovations will look to Atempo to preserve them. Our support of Leopard is a natural step in our commitment to efficiently managing large data volumes in any environment.”