Big Data and Smart Archiving
The Problem: Big Data and Disaster Recovery Archiving
Managing vast amounts of data poses big challenges to organizations, and they need to understand the value of the information they have and risks associated in owning the data.
According to a recent report, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced daily. It is estimated that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in just the past two years. This data comes from everywhere: from e-mail and the “Internet of Things” (smart devices, wearable sensors) to posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, documents, and cell phone GPS signals, to name a few. This is commonly referred to as “Big Data,” and it is only going to increase in volume in the coming years.
This Big Data translates to big risks if not organized correctly and managed properly. Many organizations only rely on disaster recovery archiving as their data archiving and information management solution. The organizations need to comply with government regulations, internal and external investigations, and audit requirements. If involved in litigation, they need to know how to respond to litigation hold requirements. There are many kinds of risks, both operational and transactional, that involve Big Data. Such organizations are wise if they take proactive measures to address and manage these risks before they are required to react.
Answer: Capital Novus Smart Archiving
Smart archiving has never been easier, thanks to Capital Novus’ nayaEdge technology. nayaEdge creates a smart data repository essential for managing, accessing, and controlling all types of key business data. The platform provides efficient information archiving in stores, collected from multiple information sources, and adhering to industry and government regulations. nayaEdge helps organizations identify, classify, organize, and defensibly dispose of data, and provides a means of understanding this data, which in turn creates value for the organization. The result? Reduced storage and infrastructure, lower e-Discovery costs, and reduced risk.