We live in a data-driven economy. Organizations use their data to run operations, make informed business decisions, improve customer service, and more.
As enterprises and technology evolve, Oscar Wilde’s advice has become applicable to – and adopted by – successful business operations. With the rise in technology and data reliance, organizations have heeded his advice and devised and implemented robust business continuity plans.
The growth of unstructured data continues to be a hot topic in the world. As the data we capture continues to become more and more important in how we make business decisions, the data we save continues to drive up capacities.
Before making a major purchase, whether it’s business or personal, we consider what problem we’re trying to solve, we do our research, and we compare products. Why? Because we want to know if the products are worth the cost. The same process should be undertaken before beginning a data migration project.
On May 5, Dell Technologies announced Dell EMC® PowerStore® to the market! The headlines ranged from “Breaks ground in storage infrastructure” and “PowerStore is untouchable” to “Dell simplifies mid-range storage portfolio.” It made a strong impression.