Aug 3, 2015 1:29:00 AM
Posted by Rob Wescott

Companies hoping to develop new capabilities before their rivals don't have to wait for new hardware or software installation. The current generation of IT solutions is available in the cloud. That means direct access to new capabilities could be on the way, with providers handling the actual management of the programs. There is a downside to this rapid deployment, however - companies could end up experiencing a serious problem with data silos. Too many applications, each producing a mass of information, could clog systems and contribute to the rising threat of data sprawl.

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Topics: Cloud, Data Migration, Data Sprawl, Data Access, english, blogpost

Jun 8, 2015 5:38:53 AM

When IT departments see how complex their information storage infrastructures have become, their first inclination might be to tame the data, to convert legacy information into newer formats and simplify the locations in which the data is kept. But IT workers who commit to such a manual data migration project may find themselves overwhelmed. The sheer amount of information that exists within firms' walls is immense and growing, and much of it is unstructured. The many perils of these programs might convince employees to give up. Fortunately, there is an alternative to data migration.

 

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Topics: Data Migration, Data Access, english, blogpost

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