Pay Less, Get More from Your Legacy Data
Is your organization’s data growing at a rapid pace? Have you recently undergone a merger or acquisition or begun a data center consolidation, application rationalization, or IT transformation project? Are you bound by regulations to manage your organization’s data over multiple years and struggling to do so effectively?
If so, you can take control by implementing data archiving as part of your content management strategy. Data archiving frees up space on Tier 1 storage and reduces primary storage costs. It moves data from duplicative, redundant, or aging systems to a common platform purposefully built for archiving that provides easy and controlled access along with reporting, compliance, and analytics capabilities—ultimately freeing up valuable budget that can be invested back into the business, reducing risk, and bolstering customer service.
Data archiving is undertaken by organizations experiencing data growth, the need to retain data for regulatory or strategic business purposes, or the basic need to control data storage costs. These includes hospitals and other healthcare organizations; banks, insurance providers, and other financial services companies; federal and regional public agencies; and other organizations seeking to effectively managing information as a strategic business practice.