- There have now been two updates to the product since its release on March 22.
- It still has a ton of problems.
- It still is not at a minimally acceptable level of quality or performance.
- It still sucks.
- It is still a Failboat.
- It is still not acceptable.
- You should still not buy it.
I could give a rash of examples where this product is still problematic, and quote a batch of user complaints from their support forum. But why bother?
Disclaimer: Retrospect 8.0’s developers and product managers seem to be working very hard on the bug reports, and their product management’s forum responses are very helpful. Disclaimer #2: That does not let EMC off the hook for a disastrous product release.