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Abrevity Intros FileData 3.0

Abrevity announces Version 3.0 of FileData Classifier and FileData Manager, the first scalable data classification solution for enterprises

CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Abrevity announced today version 3.0 of FileData Classifier(tm) (FDC) and FileData Manager(tm) (FDM), the eagerly awaited new release of their Information Classification and Management (ICM) Software. Version 3.0 fully addresses the complexities required to centrally control, but locally manage distributed enterprise file data. This major upgrade is the first ICM solution available with the ability to manage hundreds of terabytes of storage across multiple geographically distributed locations.

With a unique combination of new content-aware discovery features, a comprehensive business value-based classification and tagging mechanism, a completely new file movement and policy engine, and enhanced reporting and trending capabilities, this release raises the bar in the data classification market.

"Enterprise customers require an ICM solution that can scale to manage hundreds of terabytes, even petabytes of data," said Eric Madison, Abrevity's VP of Product Strategy. "Their data is not always in one location; it's distributed across multiple data centers, remote facilities and branch office locations. Abrevity is the first to build and deploy an ICM solution that can meet those requirements. All other products available today are single location point solutions that don't scale beyond 20 terabytes."

Abrevity Inc.

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