• Can Veritas/NetApp team ease integration woes?

    Veritas and NetApp are extending their working relationship in a bid to capture new markets. Users can expect "integrated marketing" from them, but the firms also promise better integration of products and implementations.

    searchStorage7,665 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas enhances storage management offering

    Veritas Software Corp., has announced a set of storage management tools geared toward giving businesses that are experiencing rapid data growth and minimal management resources, more bang for the buck.

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  • Need tips for better disk management?

    Disk management is a daunting task in today's heterogeneous enterprise environment. Experts from VERITAS explain why disk storage is so hard to control and how to use new technologies and good business practices to harness the beast.

    Jan Stafford2,215 pointsBadges:
  • Symantec launches SaaS-based installation compatibility software tools

    Some Veritas users can now get a free SaaS tool to collect configuration data from their servers and alert them if anything is amiss before they start an installation or upgrade.

    Beth Pariseau5,890 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas adds instant recovery, Exchange support to NetBackup

    In its second software release in as many months, Veritas has made upgrades to its popular NetBackup software.

    searchStorage7,665 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas buys startup’s reporting software, bolsters SANPoint Control

    Veritas has purchased a product that it hopes will help strengthen its SANPoint Control product. The buy is just the latest in a trend of storage vendors acquiring smaller companies and their products.

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  • EMC, Veritas extend API agreement

    EMC and Veritas Software on Monday announced the extension of an API-sharing agreement, which experts say will strengthen management capabilities for customers of both companies.

    searchStorage7,665 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas on top of backup/recovery market in 2000

    The push to be the leader in storage backup has paid off for Veritas. According to a recent report from the Gartner, Inc., the Mt. View Calif.-based company captured 39% of the Networked Backup/Recovery market in 2000. The company was able to outpace storage veterans like Legato Systems and...

    searchStorage7,665 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas buys two firms, takes on apps management

    Veritas Software is moving beyond the realm of storage and into the world of application and server management. The company acquired software makers Precise and Jareva Technologies on Thursday.

    searchStorage7,665 pointsBadges:
  • Veritas unveils new version of Backup Exec for Windows

    Veritas Software has a new version of its Backup Exec backup and recovery software on the market, and it's aimed at Microsoft Exchange users.

    searchStorage7,665 pointsBadges:

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