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EMC Corp. has upgraded its Windows file server replication product, RepliStor, to support Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service. RepliStor 6.1 can take up to eight snapshots a day of the file server being replicated. Previously, the product replicated byte-for-byte from server A to server B. In other words, if you accidentally deleted a file in server A, the mistake would be automatically replicated in server B with no ability to go back in time and recover the data. The snapshot feature takes a point-in-time copy of the data enabling more granular data recovery. RepliStor 6.1 also provides recovery of Microsoft Exchange servers. The software will be available in the fourth quarter for $1,650 per server.
SAP and IBM partner on analytics
SAP AG and IBM announced their intention to test and make available a packaged product integrating SAP NetWeaver with IBM BladeCenter and TotalStorage hardware. The package has been developed and tested on IBM BladeCenter and IBM TotalStorage DS4300 system configurations. The announcement was made at SAP TechEd '05, in Vienna, Austria, Sept. 21-23, 2005.
Kom releases disk WORM
Kom Networks announced its KOMworx disks will include write once, read many capabilities.
The Association for Information and Image Management will bring its free Content Management Solutions Seminar to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, Sept. 28 with the aim of teaching IT professionals how to better manage their business content, documents and records. Interested users can register here.
Sepaton teams with Total Tec
Sepaton, Inc. announced that Total Tec Systems Inc., a subsidiary of Bell Microproducts will resell its S2100-ES2 virtual tape library, and related services and support as a member of Sepaton's Catalyst Partner Program.
Northeast Health selects BridgeHead
Healthcare nonprofit Northeast Health has chosen BridgeHead Software's HyperTape Backup product as part of its disaster recovery strategy for its two data centers and 35 remote sites, including hospitals, nursing homes, home care, supportive living, rehabilitation and community service agencies. Historically, the organization had been manually backing up approximately 4 terabytes of data from 12 servers to direct-attached standalone tape drives on a nightly basis.