EMC delivers storage-aware content management platform

DUBAI - The Middle East operations of EMC Corporation, one of the leaders in information storage and management, launched the new EMC Documentum Content Storage Services, a major advancement to help customers derive higher levels of business value from their information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies.

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Published: Thu 26 Aug 2004, 10:11 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 11:46 AM

Documentum Content Storage Services enables organisations in the Middle East and North Africa to define and execute storage policies that automate the placement and movement of content across a tiered heterogeneous storage infrastructure.

Using this technology, new content can be automatically placed on the optimal storage platform and migrated when the value of that content and related business needs change.

As a result, Documentum Content Storage Services helps organisations meet information access, retention and compliance requirements, while consistently storing information in the most cost-effective manner.

EMC is delivering this fully integrated offering - available immediately across the region - within seven months of acquiring Documentum. The new offering supports all EMC storage platforms, as well as arrays from other vendors, including Hitachi, IBM, Hewlett Packard and Network Appliance.

"Middle East-based businesses from every industry sector are managing growing amounts of content, from financial documents to e-mail to customer data. Documentum Content Storage Services now enables regional enterprises to both create policies and increase automation around all of that data, delivering greater efficiency and reducing overall costs,'' stated Mohammed Amin, regional manager, EMC Middle East.

Documentum Content Storage Services is designed for organizations of all sizes and varying degrees of IT complexity, from small companies that need automated rules-based archival to large enterprises that have embraced tiered storage due to manage increasing volumes of unstructured content and escalating storage costs.

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