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Digital Transformation Road Map

Sometimes quietly and sometimes disruptively, Digital Transformation for many years has been underway for years. Companies that have designed and are embracing a digital transformation strategy....

Do You Need to Rapidly (and Securely) Share Healthcare Data? Here's How

Whether you're deep in the healthcare field - as a hospital, clinic, rehabilitation center or extended care facility - or not, any type and form of healthcare and patient data must be both....

How to Reduce Your Compliance Risk with Better Data Management

Effectively managing enterprise information is challenging - especially when you consider all the regulations you must comply with. Financial organizations in particular need to worry, as recent....

Start 2017 With a Bang and Reduce Storage Costs

Most IT departments are experiencing critical mass in data storage between tight budgets, complex infrastructures, and concerns about information security. It can all be overwhelming, but at the....

What Unified Archiving Means for Regulatory Compliance

Regulatory requirements are on the rise while industry-specific and government compliance demands are always changing. If you're not paying attention and found noncompliant, you may suffer some....

Information Security: Why is it So Important?

Yahoo recently discovered that in August 2013, more than one billion user accounts were breached - that's on top of its 500 million accounts breached in September 2014. According to the New York....

Top 3 Trends In Information Governance In 2016

Where is my information?

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USE CASE SPOTLIGHT: Marketing & Media Departments

The Situation

The Marketing Department at a multinational bank was struggling with the management of its graphics archive and additional offline data storage systems (which housed over 2,000....

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Information Risk Assessment

Gartner predicts that enterprise data will grow 650% in the next five years.