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IBM acquires another Israeli storage firm called FilesX


The proliferation of data and information across the distributed enterprise are causing businesses of all sizes to seek better data recovery and information risk management solutions. FilesX products help address this need by delivering continuous data protection and fast recovery of business critical applications and servers running on Microsoft Windows platforms. Following close, IBM intends that the FilesX technology will become part of the Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) family of products, IBM’s flagship suite of leading data protection and information infrastructure offerings, with proven compatibility in customer environments today.

FilesX enterprise-level continuous data protection solutions would complement IBM's existing file-based software called IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files, which is targeted at SMB customers and individual PC users.

With its patented technology, FilesX helps IT staff restore data from virtually any type of failure and from nearly any point in time. Ease-of-use and self-managing features make FilesX offerings particularly attractive in environments where IT skills and budgets are limited.


Here's the press release

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