InMage Systems has released an update of its disaster recovery and business continuity software to provide better support of server virtualization platforms.
Liberty University has installed a storage area network (SAN) from Network Appliance (NetApp) to accommodate an increase in enrollment and a greater reliance on digital information. The school has 11,300 resident students and 39,000 distance learners.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has chosen the StorMagic SM Series, an iSCSI-based storage area network (SAN) designed for small and medium organizations. The new implementation allows the 40,000-user university to manage and protect its data while preparing for future growth.
The University of New Hampshire will deploy a new backup solution integrating a Sepaton virtual tape library (VTL) and DeltaStor software for data deduplication. The migration is part of a consolidation effort combining two separate backup and recovery environments into one disk-based storage infrastructure.
Microsoft has teamed up with BearingPoint to create the BearingPoint Enterprise Governance, Risk, and Compliance (EGRC) solution. The platform is built on Microsoft technology and capitalizes on the companies' long-standing relationship.
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TOLIS Group has partnered with virtualization software provider Parallels to provide solutions that integrate with the Parallels platform.
Three colleges--Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and Sheffield Hallam University in the United Kingdom--have gone public with their use of virtualization software from VMware to manage growth and prepare for disaster recovery.
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