The employees were all participants in HP's retirement plans administered by Fidelity Investments. Fidelity sent e-mails and letters overnight Tuesday to the retirement plan participants notifying them that the Fidelity laptop had been taken; Fidelity also said it has increased monitoring of its HP accounts and added more authentication measures for affected users to access their accounts.
EMC, IBM sign licensing agreement EMC announced a licensing agreement with IBM that provides EMC with interfaces for storage interoperability and technical support for the IBM System i platform. The five-year agreement will enable compatibility between IBM i5/OS and EMC Symmetrix storage systems and software.
As part of the agreement, the two companies' engineering teams will work together, and IBM will provide technical specifications and new releases of software to allow EMC networked storage systems to attach to IBM System i products. Financial terms are not being disclosed.
DPS introduces hard drive migration utility Data Protection Solutions (DPS) announced the release of EzBackup
NSI to become Double-Take Software NSI Software Inc. announced the company will now be doing business as Double-Take Software. Double-Take Software also recently moved headquarters to Southborough, Mass. CEO Dean Goodermote, who joined the company last year, and top level executives are based in the Boston area. The Double-Take Software rebranding effort and headquarters move to Massachusetts will take effect immediately.
Canada Web Hosting upgrades DR service Canada Web Hosting recently partnered with Syncsort Inc. to upgrade its managed disaster recovery services. Canada Web Hosting now provides Canadian companies with access to its local and off-site backup networks in Toronto and Vancouver, B.C.