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Novell File Reporter 2.0 Released Today

Bret Fitzgerald


February 26, 2013 12:04 pm





16414033-abstract-word-cloud-for-corporate-governance-with-related-tags-and-termsNovell today announced the availability of the only identity-based storage reporting solution, Novell File Reporter 2.0, providing enterprises that face data loss prevention and data governance issues access to the most comprehensive tools to optimize network storage while protecting vulnerable assets.

Adding to the existing Novell File Management Suite, Novell File Reporter 2.0 integrates with both eDirectory and Active Directory to simultaneously report on Novell and Microsoft network folder and file data and corresponding file rights.  Most notable among the new product capabilities arepermissions reports which can specify all users who have access to a selected network folder, and all of the network folders a specific user can access.

“The exploding growth of file-based data, coupled with compliance to data governance initiatives calls for organizations to make data management proficiencies a requirement,” said Dave Wilkes, vice president of engineering at Novell.  “In order to achieve significant and lasting improvements, organizations need to intelligently comply with industry, government and corporate regulations. Novell File Reporter 2.0 gives them the ability to report on who is storing files, what files users are storing, where files are stored and who has access to any particular file.”

For more info visit the Sacramento Bee.

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