Veritas seeks spotlight in data storage arena

Nearly 2,000 systems administrators, database analysts dished data and disaster recovery at Veritas Vision 2002 in Dallas this week. Veritas Software braved the humidity to unveil a new adaptive architecture and a pair of programs designed to position the company at the centre of data storage. The

conference ran from April 28 to May 2.

Veritas architecture promises consistency, adaptability
4/30/02 5:00:00 PM – Customer CanFor describes its quest for backup unity after acquisition

How Statistics Canada backs up the numbers
5/1/02 5:00:00 PM – With 60 divisions and terabytes of data to deal with, the agency needed a centrally managed system. At the Veritas Vision 2002 conference, Dave McCartney explains its roadmap

Canada still flirting with disaster recovery
5/2/02 5:00:00 PM – The country is on par with the rest of the world, but that’s hardly encouraging, according to Veritas. Only 28 per cent of companies have a comprehensive plan. One analyst outlines what it will take to increase that number

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