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IT Operations System for shipbuilder

      11/29/1999

Computer Associates International, Inc., (CA) announced that Bazán S.A., the leading military shipbuilder in Spain, has selected Unicenter TNG to manage its IT operations. Bazán needed to maximize the performance of its IT resources and guarantee the security of its entire computing environment. It also wanted to centralize the management of its different shipbuilding sites, which handled their own management tasks.

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Bazán will use Unicenter TNG enterprise management solution to establish an enterprise-wide help desk; monitor segments of its network, SQL databases and operating systems; monitor and control electronic mail; and perform remote software deployment. Bazán plans to deploy the system in two phases: Initially, Unicenter TNG will manage Bazán's IT resources dedicated to internal operations, which include 1,500 PCs and 40 servers running on Windows NT. Bazán then will extend Unicenter TNG to manage its 600 Unix workstations dedicated to ship engineering and design. More information: CA e-mail or Agnés Herrero


 


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