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Put Data to Work

We experience it in our everyday lives with larger photo files and complex music files. We are consistently holding onto larger files for longer periods of time. Hundreds of Gigabytes and even Terabytes used to seem unattainable only a few years ago, but have become common discussion not only at home but also in the workplace. Couple larger files with regulated longer retention times and you have the perfect storm for explosive data growth.  


Because of this explosion of data growth, enhanced regulations, and hoarding of data, the reality is traditional storage hp-servers-in-apple-data-center-300x207.jpgtechnology no longer meets enterprise data requirements.


Many executives today recognize information can be a valuable corporate asset, one that enables more dynamic business processes, encourages collaboration, and helps forge closer ties to customers and partners. By adopting a comprehensive archive approach, organizations can truly put data to work—meeting market and regulatory expectations, reducing costs, and generating positive business outcomes.


So what can you do about it?  We recently produced a newsletter, titled “Put Data to Work” featuring research from Gartner, outlining how data archiving, built on a comprehensive archive approach to information governance, and analytics provides contextual insights that puts data to work for you.


Using a flexible, optimized archive container like the HP Archive Storage capability not only maximizes the ability to store growing data but provides best-in-class services, integration with Autonomy software, and access to full information governance solutions.


For more information regarding HP Archive storage visit us here

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