EMC buys Acartus to expand data archiving arsenal


EMC buys Acartus to expand data archiving arsenal

Antony Savvas

EMC is continuing to expand its data archiving arsenal with the acquisition of Acartus.

Acartus operates in data areas such as distribution, archive replacement, data mining, and enterprise content management (ECM).

Last week, EMC announced the acquisition of Building Captiva Software, an input management software supplier that helps firms convert paper-based information to digital formats.

The latest acquisition, for an undisclosed sum, is part of EMC’s wider strategy to make it easier for firms to bring together different data silos to enable them to quickly access information to satisfy operational and regulatory requirements.

Acartus’ technology will be integrated with EMC’s Documentum software and Centera data storage platforms.

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