Finance directors coping with the data storage requirements of Sarbox and the
European Data Directive have been targeted by StorLife, which has launched a
content storage system.
The software uses fixed content storage technology that simplifies the
management and protection of information. The technology is able to ensure the
authenticity of stored data by assigning each stored document with a unique
algorithm or document ‘fingerprint’, which is changed as soon as a document is
The software uses a web-based centralised management console, which enables
system administrators to set life cycle management and compliance policies,
schedule important processes and tasks such as verification, replication, access
security and content disposal.
Colin Kaye, StorLife chief executive, said he was ‘extremely delighted’ to be
launching the company in the UK.
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