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June 8, 2010

Autonomy to acquire CA’s Information Governance business

To strengthen its position in meaning based governance

By CBR Staff Writer

Autonomy, a provider of infrastructure software, said that it plans to acquire Informantion Governance business from CA Technologies, to strengthen its position in the meaning based governance.

The asset acquisition includes CA Records Manager, which is into federated and physical records management and CA Message Manager, which captures and manages all messages according to corporate and regulatory requirements.

Under the agreement, CA Technologies Information Governance employees will join Autonomy to continue to provide sales, support and products to existing and new customers.

Autonomy said that CA Technologies Information Governance customers will benefit from its single platform for eDiscovery, archiving, supervision and records management with scalability and multilingual capabilities.

In addition to existing environments supported, Autonomy said that it will extend connectivity for life cycle management across more than 400 content sources and 1,000 file types. It also provides customers with the option to leverage both offerings hosted in Autonomy’s private cloud, which currently hosts over 14 petabytes of data.

Neil Araujo, CEO of Autonomy iManage, said: The combination of Autonomy with CA Technologies Information Governance business will further strengthen Autonomy’s solutions for the legal, regulatory and investigative markets.

“Autonomy’s ability to extend its market-leading eDiscovery and Archiving offerings with the software assets and people of CA Technologies Information Governance business is a win-win for global 2000 companies, government regulators and leading law firms.

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The transaction is expected to close in early third quarter and is subject to customary closing conditions.

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