HP Structured Data Manager becomes the latest in HP’s information governance portfolio to receive high marks by a leading analyst firm

PALO ALTO, CA – June 18, 2014 — /BackupReview.info/ — HP Autonomy today announced that it has been named a Leader in the 2014 Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement. This is the first year Gartner has published a Magic Quadrant for this emerging market.

“We are seeing increased customer interest in the savings that archiving structured data and retiring applications can deliver to customers, and believe that Gartner’s initiation of coverage of this area indicates this is a market-wide trend,” said Mike Sullivan, general manager, eDiscovery and Information Archiving, HP Autonomy. “Our HP Structured Data Manager is well positioned to deliver these savings on its own, or in combination with the rest of our information governance portfolio, and believe these strengths will allow us to retain a leadership position into the future.”

HP Structured Data Manager is a key element in HP Autonomy’s information governance portfolio. Other components of this portfolio, including HP’s Information Archiving and eDiscovery market offerings, have also been placed in the Leader quadrants in Gartner Magic Quadrants for their respective markets in the last year as well – further reinforcing the strength and breadth of HP’s information governance vision.

To access a complimentary copy of the 2014 Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement, click here: http://bit.ly/1rfHcZV

About HP Structured Data Manager
HP Structured Data Manager (previously HP Application Information Optimizer) is an enterprise-class database archiving and application retirement product that automatically indexes and archives data residing in operational and legacy database applications. This unique product scales to thousands of applications and handles massive amounts of disparate data types, significantly reduces capital expenses and administrative costs, and improves productivity and overall IT efficiency. It helps organizations preserve important data, achieve cost-effective storage management, respond quickly to compliance requests, and ultimately get more value from their data. To learn more about HP Structured Data Manager, go to www.autonomy.com/SDM.

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