Automatic Flaggers

Special Report: Security
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A handful of emerging ICM companies are marching out data classification tools that can purportedly automatically crack open any unstructured file, seize its sensitive content, impose critical security policies and dispatch the data to appropriate storage tiers.

Two of these newcomers have nailed partnerships with large storage vendors. Network Appliance Inc. has teamed with Kazeon Systems Inc., which offers Kazeon IS1200, a product designed to eliminate manual classification tasks. Meanwhile, Arkivio Inc. has formed an alliance with EMC Corp.

According to analysts, other ICM companies to watch include Abrevity Inc., Trusted Edge Inc., Njini Inc., StoredIQ Corp. and Index Engines Inc.

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