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IBM Upgrades to Support Software

IBM shares plans for new tools to support Tivoli System z management software

ARMONK, N.Y. -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced new management and security features to help customers exploit the market-leading capabilities of System z to improve productivity and support for new business processes.

The upgrades, announced at the 2007 Governance & Risk Management Summit in Sanya, China, build upon IBM’s strong commitment to deliver security and business resilience through its IBM Mainframe z/OS as well as previously announced offerings.

“Today we are strengthening System z management with enhanced tools and an intuitive, easy to use interface for the most demanding computing environments,” said John Kogel, VP of Tivoli Development. “Tivoli software operates as the ‘brains’ behind the mainframe. We’re helping customers with performance and applications management, system and workload automation, network and storage management, financial and usage reporting and security management.”

IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM)

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