Autonomy most likely to profit during the Financial Crisis says eweek

Businesses and the Financial Sector Call on Unique Services in eDiscovery, Enterprise Search and E-mail Archiving in Wake of the Wall Street Financial Crisis

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Autonomy Corporation plc (LSE: AU. or AU.L), a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise today announced that eweek.com, a leading source for news, analysis, and technology evaluations, has named Autonomy as a company most likely to profit in the financial crisis as businesses and the financial sector call on unique services in eDiscovery, enterprise search and email archiving. Autonomy is the only company recognized by eweek.com in all three categories further validating this vendor's market-leading position and unique technological offering.

The Wall Street financial crisis is expected to precipitate a boom in litigation, investigation and regulation and prompt courts, prosecutors, regulators, and lawyers to unearth pertinent evidence in corporate data across formats such as email, video, voice, and IM, and distinct geographical locations. Autonomy is uniquely positioned to assist Wall Street as unlike conventional approaches to eDiscovery and Information Governance, its unique pattern-matching technology can understand the meaning of this human-friendly information and uncover hidden links thus guaranteeing comprehensiveness of the results defensible in court.

"The surge in litigation is an inevitable by-product of the global financial crisis as stakeholders attempt to unearth causation of events and determine responsibility," commented Dr Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy. "Human beings naturally employ unstructured formats such as voicemail and email in their communications and that is where the smoking gun often lies. Thanks to its unique Meaning-Based approach and pan-enterprise platform, Autonomy is uniquely positioned to assist Wall Street find sought-after answers."

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