The deal combines the benefits of Novell’s identity and systems management expertise with e-Security’s real-time event monitoring, response and reporting capabilities. With a comprehensive view of user, network and application events, customers will now be able to streamline a previously labor-intensive and error-prone process, cut costs through automation, and build a more rigorous, predictable security and compliance monitoring program.
Novell paid $72 million to acquire e-Security. Novell estimates a positive revenue impact from the acquisition of roughly $20 million in the coming 12 months. [April 19, 2006]
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