SOURCE: Key Information System, Inc.

July 13, 2005 19:06 ET

Key Information Systems Webinar Announcement: Archiving Data for Compliance and Performance

WOODLAND HILLS, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 13, 2005 --


--  What:  Webinar on emerging solutions for compliant archiving
    
--  When:  Thursday, July 21, 11 am to noon, Pacific Time
    
--  Audience:  CIOs, DBAs, IT Directors, Security Officers
    
--  Speakers: Alan Stuart, Chief Strategist/Business Line Exec at IBM; Jim
    Mazzeo, Director of Business Development at Princeton Softech
    
--  Platforms: Unix, Windows, OS/400, OS/390, and z/OS
    
--  Sponsors: Key Information Systems (www.keyinfo.com); Princeton Softech
    (www.PrincetonSoftech.com)
    
--  Register:
    https://keyinfo.webex.com/keyinfo/onstage/g.php?d=771981545&t=a&SourceId=7
    
Key Information Systems, a systems integration company and Premier IBM® Business Partner, and Princeton Softech, market leader in application database archiving, are co-sponsoring the complimentary webinar, "Data Archiving for Strong Compliance and Fast Performance" with IBM Corporation. The event takes place on July 21 from 11 am to noon, Pacific Time.

Key Information Systems specializes in business continuity, storage and e-business solutions, and Princeton Softech offers comprehensive database archiving solutions across applications, databases and operating platforms.

Alan Stuart, Chief Strategist/Business Line Executive for IBM, describes how IBM's DR550, supports compliance with government and industry mandates, such as Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), HIPAA, SEC 17a-4, FDA Part 11, DOD 5015.2.

Jim Mazzeo, Director of Business Development at Princeton Softech, discusses Princeton Softech's Active Archive™ Solutions for archiving, managing and storing data cost-effectively throughout the information lifecycle for Oracle and DB2 application performance, availability, and compliance.

Gary Thomsen, Storage Solution Specialist at Key Information Systems, will describe Key's Storage Assessment Program covering client storage requirements and compliance issues.

Attendees gain guidelines for selecting technology for data retention compliance and how to dramatically lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) using tiered storage management to impose policy-based rules for managing data retention, access, and deletion.

Audience

--  CIOs, DBAs, IT Directors, Operations Managers, Compliance and Security
    Officers
--  Organizations in regulated industries
--  Need 500 GB or more of cost-effective compliant archiving
--  Running large database applications; looking to increase performance
    
Issues Addressed
--  Latest storage compliance issues
--  IBM's DR550 compliance-ready archive solution
--  WORM disk technology
--  How the DR550 uniquely addresses HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, SEC 17a-4, FDA
    Part 11, DOD 5015.2 and other regulations
--  Archiving rules for application data, confidential email, instant
    messaging, fax
--  Archiving Just-In-Case data
--  Improving Oracle and DB2 application performance and availability
    using Princeton Softech's database archiving and retrieval software
    
Complete news release: http://www.keyinfo.com/news/2005/071305.html

Contact Information

  • For Press Information:

    Pete Elliot
    Director of Marketing
    Key Information Systems
    1.877.442.3249
    Email Contact

    Jenn Reese
    Director, Marketing Communications
    Princeton Softech
    609.627.5500
    Email Contact