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WysDM to demo DPM (Data Protection Manager) in Storage Expo 2007


WysDM Software, Inc., the leading provider of advanced data protection management (DPM) solutions, announced today that it will showcase a set of significant new features added to its WysDM for Backups™ and WysDM for Fileservers™ products at Storage Expo 2007. The conference will be held at the National Hall, Olympia, London on October 17 and 18, 2007. Additionally, WysDM's chief technology officer and co-founder, Jim McDonald, has been invited to deliver a presentation titled Minimizing Your Recovery Risk with Data Protection Management at one of the conference's business strategy tracks on October 18, 1:15-1:45 p.m.



Data protection is focused on reducing the risk of data becoming unavailable at some point in the future, however there are a number of areas where traditional data protection fails to meet business requirements. McDonald's presentation will provide a three-step strategy for ensuring that data is protected to meet both internal and external risk management requirements, and allow businesses to attain and maintain a minimal risk profile.



"We look forward to demonstrating our data protection management solutions at the foremost storage-focused event in the EMEA region," said Jim McDonald, CTO, WysDM. "The rapidly increasing demand we're seeing for WysDM's solutions, combined with an expanding channel of global distribution partners, demonstrates that DPM technology is gaining traction all over the world. It is clear that companies are looking for intelligent solutions such as WysDM's that will enable them to excel at compliance and risk mitigation while reducing their workload and minimizing their security concerns."


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