Veritas improves data management

Veritas has unveiled the latest version of its Global Data Manager. The solution promises to give administrators greater control of their back up as it allows them to consolidate management into a single view.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  April 8, 2003

Veritas Software Middle East has unveiled the latest version of its Global Data Manager. Designed to give administrators greater control of the vendor’s NetBackup and Backup Exec software, the solution allows users to consolidate the management of their various back up and recovery processes into a single view.

“Veritas is extending [it’s] customers’ capacity to manage their entire environment,” says Mike Hynes, regional manager of Veritas Software Middle East.

Prices for the Global Data Manager software start at US$5000 and it is available now. Hynes believes that it will prove particularly popular in the region, as management is a key issue for many of the regions user.

“Enterprises in the Middle East tend to have more distributed IT environments with remote servers and branch offices, and organisations in the region are under increasing pressure to protect that critical data which lies near the edge of the corporate network… [This means they] are in an ideal position to benefit from the new version Veritas Global Data Manager,” he explains.

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