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IBM to Continuously Protect Information Stored on Laptops

Monty Solomon (
Sat, 27 Aug 2005 01:39:33 -0400

IBM to Continuously Protect Information Stored on Laptops and
Servers; New Technology Delivers Real-Time, On Demand Data

ARMONK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 26, 2005--IBM today announced new
software that continuously protects information -- on laptops, desktop
PCs and file servers -- from viruses, file corruption, or accidental
deletion. The software, IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for
Files, is a "data safety net" that provides real-time back up for
important information such as Word documents, MP3 files, digital
photos, presentations, and spreadsheets containing sales and tax

With people today more likely to be connected to a network through
high-bandwidth wireless connections in coffee shops, parks and even
entire cities, continuous backup of data is now practical. Previously,
users have had to back up data through a scheduled backup session.
With IBM's new software, it happens continuously with one simple
package that can be installed on laptops, desktop PCs or enterprise
file servers.


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