Veritas Software Back-Up Product Line Now Supports Linux

September 1999
UNIX Update;Sep99, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that VERITAS Software Corp. has revealed its Linux backup support initiative to provide a storage management solution for the growing Linux user base. Description of the Linux operating system; Comments from Michael Colemere, vice president of product management at VERITAS Software; Details on VERITAS Backup Exec and VERITAS NetBackup product lines; Information on VERITAS Software.


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