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CaminoSoft Gets Certified

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- CaminoSoft Corp. (OTCBB:CMSF), a leading provider of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) solutions for Microsoft Windows 2000/2003, Novell NetWare and NetApp Filer environments, today announced the successful completion of interoperability testing of CaminoSofts Managed Server HSM™ software with Plasmon’s UDO Archive Appliance™.

“The certification of CaminoSoft’s policy-based software with Plasmon’s UDO Archive Appliance adds an important dimension to our product lineup and offers new capabilities for customers who require enterprise-class solutions that meet long-term data retention requirements,” said Richard Krueger, CaminoSoft’s vice president of marketing and alliances. “With Managed Server HSM software, IT administrators can readily establish policies automating the migration of inactive files from Windows, NetWare and NetApp servers to the Plasmon UDO Archive Appliance.”

Key advantages for customers include: reclamation of production storage space for active production file usage; dramatic reduction in the amount of time needed for backup (and recovery in the event of an outage); transparent access to and recall of migrated files; and facilitation of compliance with corporate and industry regulations governing file archiving, retention and deletion. Multiple servers are easily administered from a central Windows console.

“We are pleased to have CaminoSoft join the list of application partners that support our UDO archive storage solutions,” said Terri Black, vice president of marketing at Plasmon. “CaminoSoft’s technology fits well with our active archive solutions, which together help businesses mitigate risk by ensuring that data can be efficiently retained, rapidly searched and accessed over its entire life.”

CaminoSoft Corp.