Published By: Xiotech
Published Date: Apr 13, 2007
Organizations face a double whammy when it comes to data archive management. On one hand, the volume of digital and paper archives is growing exponentially. Industry analysts report that digital hard disk storage has grown 85 percent a year over the last eight years and 2.7 billion new sheets of paper are filed into folders every day.
Published By: Commvault
Published Date: Jul 06, 2016
Around-the-clock global operations, data growth, and server virtualization all together can complicate protection and recovery strategies. They affect when and how often you can perform backups, increase the time required to back up, and ultimately affect your ability to successfully restore. These challenges can force lower standards for recovery objectives, such as reducing the frequency of backup jobs or protecting fewer applications, both of which can introduce risk. High-speed snapshot technologies and application integration can go a long way toward meeting these needs, and they have quickly become essential elements of a complete protection strategy. But snapshot copies have often been managed separately from traditional backup processes. Features like cataloging for search and retrieval as well as tape creation usually require separate management and do not fully leverage snapshot capabilities. To eliminate complexity and accelerate protection and recovery, you need a solution
Published By: Computhink
Published Date: Nov 30, 2007
The Auburn-Washburn School District provides public education to approximately 5,300 Kindergarten through 12th graders in Topeka, KS. It consists of 128 square miles of rural and suburban areas. Descriptive terms like academically challenging, progressive, small classes, high-achievement, modern and excellent are all used to describe the district.
Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: Apr 22, 2010
This whitepaper addresses the key e-discovery challenges facing legal and IT departments today, form the impact of regulations such as the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to the technology required to deal with them. Finally, this paper describes how businesses can develop a proactive strategy to deal with e-discovery requests in the event of litigation, saving time and money in the process.
Customers’ expectations have never been so high. Yet, leaders at many banks and financial institutions still fail at providing a smooth, personalized, timely and relevant experience throughout channels. By leveraging the increasing amount of data about customers, bankers can create information to constantly improve their understanding of product usage, profitability, risk, buying behavior and financial needs. Access this white paper today to learn about expert solutions that can help you reinvent your business operations and create a customer-focused company. Read on now to explore more.
A Smarter Process vision for healthcare. We live in an era in which customers expect perfection from their service providers. With competitors only a click (or tap) away, companies have a strong incentive to deliver flawless operations. Online retailers have set a high bar - in the way they engage customers throughout the entire sales process -not just during the commercial transaction, but before, during and after the transaction. Can healthcare and life sciences meet the challenge?
In today’s mobile, connected era, customers expect perfection from their service providers. With competitors only a click (or tap) away, companies have a strong incentive to deliver flawless operations. Online retailers have “set a high bar” in the way that they engage customers throughout the entire sales process—not just during the commercial transaction, but before, during and after the transaction. Can your insurance company meet the challenge?
The costs of e-discovery are mind-blowing. Despite the technologists who announce advancements in storage, search and retrieval software to help drive down the unit costs, the frequency and sheer volume of e-discovery pushes costs in the opposite direction. With the ever burgeoning amount of data that is being created and retained each and every day, despite our best efforts to “govern” its retention, these costs seem destined to only escalate and further cut into corporate profits.