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Scalable Storage: A Buyer’s Guide

To benefit from the extreme data explosion, SMEs are scrambling to adopt new scalable storage solutions. This white paper helps you find a solution that’s right-sized for your business and your budget. More>>

Your Data: Managing Gigabytes, Terabytes and Beyond

When talking computer disk space most people are familiar with the term gigabyte (GB). Disks are usually sold with some multiple of gigabytes available. However, terabytes of data are becoming more common particularly when formed by RAID or the joining of disks to create arrays. But what comes next? Well, there is

Data Management Standards are a Barrier

While standards can help control costs and reduce complexity, in an age where data management architecture needs to flex and meet the business need for agility, standards are a barrier. The emphasis on standards is what keeps IT in a mode of constant foundation building, playing the role of deli

Data Management Standards are a Barrier

While standards can help control costs and reduce complexity, in an age where data management architecture needs to flex and meet the business need for agility, standards are a barrier. The emphasis on standards is what keeps IT in a mode of constant foundation building, playing the role of deli

Five Data Management Trends for 2013

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Big data, cloud, security & governance, unstructured data, software as a platform. Dave Beulke, an internationally recognized DB2 consultant, presents five data management trends for 2013. More>>

Stages of a Successful Information Management Strategy

In the digital age, the amount of information that businesses generate and receive has grown exponentially. At the same time, the importance of this information has only increased. Information management, in previous years a relatively straightforward process, has become something potentially challenging. In the current business environment, all businesses, should consider

Five Common Problems with Information Management

Information is the vibrant, ever-changing resource that underpins all of your business’s daily operations. Therefore information management is essential to organize, protect, store and destroy data throughout the information lifecycle. While it is a fairly simple process, here are five common mistakes that prevent information management strategies from being successful.

Big Data and Cloud – Managing the Explosion of Data

A data explosion is occurring in the world. As more and more data is being collected, the challenge is how to use it effectively and securely. Check out the guest column by Ajay Budhraja where he talks about real time integration and data access through Big Data and Cloud solutions.

Poor Data Management costs Healthcare Providers

Healthcare organizations collect massive amounts of data but often fail to translate this data into actionable insights. Healthcare providers lose on average $70.2 million annually, or 15% of additional revenue per hospital, due to their failure to fully leverage the information they collect, according to a study from Oracle. According to

Data: Key to Breach Prevention

According to Verizon's 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report, most organizations don't know how to look for breaches because they don't really know how to monitor their data. Most data breaches could be prevented, if organizations did more to keep an eye on their databases, says Chris Novak, a member of Verizon's

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