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IBM certifies data-protection software

IBM has blessed NSI Software's DoubleTake software for use on its TotalStorage lower-end network-attached storage products, the companies said Tuesday. The software replicates data from one server to another so the information remains available even in the event of a crash. The storage systems, based on a modified version of Windows 2000, can use many Windows products.

IBM has blessed NSI Software's DoubleTake software for use on its TotalStorage lower-end network-attached storage products, the companies said Tuesday. The software replicates data from one server to another so the information remains available even in the event of a crash.

The storage systems, based on a modified version of Windows 2000, can use many Windows products.