CA Unveils Information Governance

CA information governance offers infrastructure-agnostic approach to compliance and discovery needs

October 8, 2007

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ISLANDIA, N.Y. -- CA (NYSE: CA) today announced a comprehensive information governance solution that enables customers to reduce risk and help fulfill their compliance, legal and business requirements by providing secure, accurate, timely access to information across multi-vendor environments without the need to modify or replace existing repositories or business processes.

CA Information Governance uniquely offers infrastructure-agnostic, in place” records management and enterprise discovery, as well as broad range of pre-packaged and Department of Defense (DoD) 5015.2-certified integrations with other repositories. It enables customers to manage email archive content in accordance with corporate retention policies, to consistently apply policy and controls to all content, and to classify content based on its business value—regardless of where it resides.

CA is leveraging technology and expertise from both iLumin and MDY to deliver this innovative solution—highlighting the long-term strategic value of these two acquisitions to CA and its customers.

“To reduce risk and fulfill their legal, regulatory, and corporate obligations, organizations need to find the easiest, least disruptive, and most cost-effective way to manage mushrooming volumes of critical business information,” said Galina Datskovsky, Certified Records Manager (CRM) and senior vice president of development at CA. “CA’s infrastructure-agnostic approach meets all these requirements by empowering customers to establish an Information Governance platform that can evolve with their ever-changing IT strategies and business needs.”

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