St. Bernard announces Open File Manager 9.3.
Open File Manager is enterprise-class software that enables your backup application to back up files that are open and in use, ensuring business continuity and protection of mission-critical data. It is a reliable, easy-to-use, disk-level open file solution that is cost-effective and scalable from workstations to servers. Open File Manager 9.3 includes support for 64-bit Windows systems for both the AMD and Intel processor families on all server platforms. This new feature will help secure data for the growing number of enterprises running higher performance networks and processing more data that must be protected.
Open File Manager 9.3 also includes a host of new features requested by current customers, which are designed to increase the functionality and flexibility of Open File Manager for businesses and other organizations.
St Bernard Software CEO John Jones said, "Open File Manager 9.3 is the direct result of input from our customers and demonstrates St. Bernard Software's commitment to continuous product development and enhancement. Because of this commitment to quality, Open File Manger has become the leader in its category at a time when protecting data has become a critical mission for enterprises of all sizes."
Since 1995, Open File Manager has been the leading open file management solution with over 300,000 licenses sold for Microsoft Windows and Novell NetWare environments. Its rich feature set helps IT professionals automate backup of open files through systemwide volume synchronization, improve application availability and lower operating costs. It seamlessly works with leading backup software, including Computer Associates BrightStor ARCserve, VERITAS Backup Exec and NetBackup, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager, Hewlett-Packard Data Protector, EMC/ LEGATO NetWorker and many more backup applications.
Open File Manager 9.3 is available immediately in three license levels: Enterprise Server, Server and Workstation. One Enterprise Server license with a one-year subscription is $1,228 per server.
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|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Aug 16, 2004|
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