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Bring Intelligence to File Management with Novell File Management Suite

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January 20, 2010 2:51 pm

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If you’re like most organizations, managing the explosive growth of file-based user data is one of your most significant challenges. In fact, this unstructured data is growing faster, consuming more space and being retained longer than ever before. The impact? More of your budget spent on procuring, powering and cooling storage hardware, and more IT time invested in managing the data itself.

Tame the file storage beast and bring intelligence to file management with Novell File Management Suite. This integrated offering uniquely manages storage at the file level–based on user roles and customized business policies–to help you increase efficiency, ensure compliance and lower costs.

If you’re currently using Novell Open Enterprise Server or NetWare, Novell File Management Suite offers provides advanced storage management capabilities to the Novell Storage Services (NSS) file system and data migration functionality to support the move from NetWare to Novell Open Enterprise Server on Linux.

And if you’re running in a Windows environment, the solution is for you too. With its cross-platform design, Novell File Management Suite can supplement your existing storage solutions or be deployed stand-alone to introduce advanced data management capabilities in almost any file system environment.

For more information, visit : http://www.novell.com/products/file-management-suite
To read the press release, visit: http://www.novell.com/news/press/novell-introduces-first-file-management-suite-based-on-identity-and-policy/

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