By Sudipta Choudhury - August 20, 2021 3 Mins Read
The pandemic-induced digital era demands businesses to plan the outlook of protection plans, aging data, and migration policy to meet the challenges around data storage management.
With the risen digital transformation plans across businesses, there has been a significant amount of data growth, and this has been affecting storage management. This trend indicates the rise in retention of unstructured data putting out the storage challenges technology firms face.
Given the current market scenario, there is a growing need for companies to plan for the outlook of protection plans, aging data, and implement the migration, according to a Datadobi study. Additionally, it is also crucial to understand storage consumption costs – if they want to manage data effectively, be it on-premises and in the cloud.
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Today, there a several reports suggesting data growth as the topmost storage management challenge among various organizations. This is, in fact, ahead of a range of technical issues, including migration process, disaster recovery requirements, and cost.
Moreover, many professionals expect data management systems to grow within their organizations in the next few years – given the enduring remote working norms across industries. In fact, the growth in unstructured data complicates the approach enterprises require taking to data protection and disaster recovery.
Indeed, this new inclination pushes companies to look beyond traditional on-premises storage infrastructure so as to leverage the managed services or public cloud storage. This is expected to help ease the process while reducing the burden of IT specialists.
As a whole, more enterprises will need to manage the heightened levels of unstructured data – both on-premises as well as on the cloud environment. As a result, they will need protection, management protection, and cross-platform data migration (data mobility), which are embedded in clear and identifiable possession.
Thus, organizations need to seek tools and advanced platforms that enable them to leverage an array of vendor and cloud offerings to address such critical challenges. It will help them preserve decisions while protecting the ability to negotiate superior service and lower price levels from their vendors.
According to many industry experts, data growth continues to be the topmost challenge in most businesses currently. As cloud adoption advances, efficient data mobility takes on extra importance and needs to be automated as much as possible.
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Furthermore, the retention policies, data disposition policies, as well as data protection policies need to be explicitly defined through partnerships. This could be between business data owners and the infrastructure owners who offer storage services to various companies.
Clearly, with all of the uncertainty that the pandemic has put the business world, the right choice of distributed data storage would help business leaders immediately impact their ability to be fully operational, scale better, and ultimately aiding in business continuity.
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