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Whether the goal is to make data more agile, more secure, more available or more durable, improved data management is a prerequisite. Sorting the storage “junk drawer” can seem like an insurmountable obstacle, but, to gain value from data, it must be categorized and classified. Only then can the data be hosted in a way that protects and preserves it – and ensures its privacy – while making it available to multiple analytic perspectives.
Veeam says that the route to automated data management nirvana begins with the backup process, since it is in planning for that workload that most IT shops begin to classify their data. Listen in on Jon Toigo, Chairman of the Data Management Institute, and Dave Russell, Vice President of Enterprise Strategy for Veeam, as they discuss the five stages to achieving effective data management.