IBM has announced an upgrade to its Continuous Data Protection for Files software with more subfile backup for Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook and additional administrative tools.
On Friday it was announced that the new software operates as a safety net for data, providing immediate backup of information stored on personal computers and servers. It also improves imitation speed and control. It automatically senses which portion of end-user email files have been changes and moves only the modified pieces to archives, reducing the need for greater bandwidth and storage capacity.
Customers have an option to either pause and resume replication with a “pause” icon or probably select a throttle feature to pick and limit how much bandwidth the software uses.
IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files 2.1.1 is available directly as well as through IBM partners for $35 for each laptop or desktop and is priced at $995 per server processor.