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Data Archival - What's Changed?

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Teradata RainStor Archiving

In this paper we will discuss the facilities provided, supported by the views of a number of RainStor customers to whom we have spoken.
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BackOffice Associates reinvents itself

BackOffice is moving towards a much more tool agnostic (not just SAP) approach and across the spectrum of data integration/governance functions.
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Informatica partners with Exterro

Informatica and Exterro partnership links unstructured eDiscovery with structured archiving
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Informatica positions itself in the security space

Data privacy is both a governance and a security issue. With its data masking Informatica is targeting the latter space and there may be more to come
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RainStor 4

RainStor has added compliance features and is looking to target new markets
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RainStor provides a long-term storage solution using tokenised files
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3 strange things about data archival

I used to regard data archival as pretty boring. Yes, I took briefings from companies like Bit by Bit (bought by OuterBay), OuterBay (acquired by HP) and Princeton Softech (now part of IBM) but...
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