VERITAS/Sequent Offer Protection For Unix Environment

August 1999
UNIX Update;Aug99, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on the partnership of VERITAS Software Corp. and Sequent Computer Systems Inc. to provide the VERITAS NetBackup software across Sequent Unix and Windows NT system platforms. Details on the VERITAS NetBackup enterprise data protection software; Remarks from Jeff Pancottine of Sequent on the partnership; Information on the two companies.


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