A couple new updates for the Mac client as well as Sync were recently released that I wanted to draw your attention to. In addition, the MozyEnterprise service now supports another encryption key option KMIP (Key Management Interoperability Protocol). Check out the details below!
Enhanced data retention features. Versions of backed up files are now saved for a longer amount of time.
MozyHome versions are now saved for up to 3 (previously 1) months.
MozyPro and MozyEnterprise versions are now saved up to 6 (previously 2) and 12 (previously 3) months by default.
MozyPro and MozyEnterprise administrators can change the default and keep versions longer or shorter by selecting a different retention policy. Retention policies specify which versions of a file to keep and how long to keep them. This feature will be rolled out over time to MozyHome, MozyPro, and MozyEnterprise accounts.
Enhanced the software security (TLS 1.2).
Fixed an issue that prevented a backed up folder from being restored through the backup software if the folder name contains Unicode characters, such as Chinese or Japanese characters.
Fixed an issue for Windows users that caused the software to incorrectly report that you are out of disk space.
KMIP (Key Management Interoperability Protocol)
The MozyEnterprise service now offers another encryption key option, furthering Mozy’s commitment to data security. To learn more about this feature, please see the latest Mozy Blog. If you are a MozyEnterprise customer and are interested in using the service, please contact your account manager or our Sales team.
All past and future updates can be found in the link below for all Mozy operating system clients includingWindows,Mac, andLinux, as well as for theAdmin Console,Restore Manager,SyncandMobile. I will be sure to alert you to any new updates as they are released in the Mozy community blog.
Thank you for stopping by and as always, should you have any questions please reach out to us through the Mozy Community bystarting a new thread, posting a comment below, or feel free toreach out to support.