Six signs of an effective enterprise data management strategy

An important reminder for you

80% of the world’s data is unstructured.
70% of unstructured data is email.
60% of email carries business-critical information.

Hence, protecting email is the critical path in your Enterprise Data Management strategy (and is no longer an option too).

You have some enterprise data management strategy in place

Over hundreds of conversations with customers and prospects, we have realized that most organizations have some enterprise data management strategy to protect and govern their email data

Microsoft 365
Salesforce
Microsoft Onedrive
SendGrid
Freshdesk
Google Workspace

Vaultastic – cross-platform, centralised, and agile information archival

Providing protection, visibility, and for business-critical data to ensure business continuity & enable effective response to change

But is your enterprise data management strategy effective?

But, on closer inspection, we observed severe shortcomings that rendered their enterprise data management strategy ineffective and risky.

E.g.
-Inability to find data easily,
-Unsure if all email data is captured,
-Risk of data tampering, loss or corruption,
-High cost of preserving email data
…and more.

So how effective is your enterprise data management strategy?

Over time, we learned that there are six signs of an effective enterprise data management strategy. In summary:

  • Level of Automation
  • Redundancy
  • Immutability
  • Data Durability
  • Rapid response-ability
  • Complete Data lifecycle mapped

In this well-researched article, for each measure of effectiveness, we discuss best practices v/s the traditional methods to give you a comparison. Dive in.

Related: Key Components of Modern Enterprise Data Management [Elements]

An important reminder for you

80% of the world’s data is unstructured.
70% of unstructured data is email.
60% of email carries business-critical information.

Hence, protecting email is the critical path in your Enterprise Data Management strategy (and is no longer an option too).

You have some enterprise data management strategy in place

Over hundreds of conversations with customers and prospects, we have realized that most organizations have some enterprise data management strategy to protect and govern their email data

Microsoft 365
Salesforce
Microsoft Onedrive
SendGrid
Freshdesk
Google Workspace

Vaultastic – cross-platform, centralised, and agile information archival

Providing protection, visibility, and for business-critical data to ensure business continuity & enable effective response to change

But is your enterprise data management strategy effective?

But, on closer inspection, we observed severe shortcomings that rendered their enterprise data management strategy ineffective and risky.

E.g.
-Inability to find data easily,
-Unsure if all email data is captured,
-Risk of data tampering, loss or corruption,
-High cost of preserving email data
…and more.

So how effective is your enterprise data management strategy?

Over time, we learned that there are six signs of an effective enterprise data management strategy. In summary:

  • Level of Automation
  • Redundancy
  • Immutability
  • Data Durability
  • Rapid response-ability
  • Complete Data lifecycle mapped

In this well-researched article, for each measure of effectiveness, we discuss best practices v/s the traditional methods to give you a comparison. Dive in.

Related: Key Components of Modern Enterprise Data Management [Elements]

An important reminder for you

80% of the world’s data is unstructured.
70% of unstructured data is email.
60% of email carries business-critical information.

Hence, protecting email is the critical path in your Enterprise Data Management strategy (and is no longer an option too).

You have some enterprise data management strategy in place

Over hundreds of conversations with customers and prospects, we have realized that most organizations have some enterprise data management strategy to protect and govern their email data

Microsoft 365
Salesforce
Microsoft Onedrive
SendGrid
Freshdesk
Google Workspace

Vaultastic – cross-platform, centralised, and agile information archival

Providing protection, visibility, and for business-critical data to ensure business continuity & enable effective response to change

But is your enterprise data management strategy effective?

But, on closer inspection, we observed severe shortcomings that rendered their enterprise data management strategy ineffective and risky.

E.g.
-Inability to find data easily,
-Unsure if all email data is captured,
-Risk of data tampering, loss or corruption,
-High cost of preserving email data
…and more.

So how effective is your enterprise data management strategy?

Over time, we learned that there are six signs of an effective enterprise data management strategy. In summary:

  • Level of Automation
  • Redundancy
  • Immutability
  • Data Durability
  • Rapid response-ability
  • Complete Data lifecycle mapped

In this well-researched article, for each measure of effectiveness, we discuss best practices v/s the traditional methods to give you a comparison. Dive in.

Related: Key Components of Modern Enterprise Data Management [Elements]

An important reminder for you

80% of the world’s data is unstructured.
70% of unstructured data is email.
60% of email carries business-critical information.

Hence, protecting email is the critical path in your Enterprise Data Management strategy (and is no longer an option too).

You have some enterprise data management strategy in place

Over hundreds of conversations with customers and prospects, we have realized that most organizations have some enterprise data management strategy to protect and govern their email data

Microsoft 365
Salesforce
Microsoft Onedrive
SendGrid
Freshdesk
Google Workspace

Vaultastic – cross-platform, centralised, and agile information archival

Providing protection, visibility, and for business-critical data to ensure business continuity & enable effective response to change

But is your enterprise data management strategy effective?

But, on closer inspection, we observed severe shortcomings that rendered their enterprise data management strategy ineffective and risky.

E.g.
-Inability to find data easily,
-Unsure if all email data is captured,
-Risk of data tampering, loss or corruption,
-High cost of preserving email data
…and more.

So how effective is your enterprise data management strategy?

Over time, we learned that there are six signs of an effective enterprise data management strategy. In summary:

  • Level of Automation
  • Redundancy
  • Immutability
  • Data Durability
  • Rapid response-ability
  • Complete Data lifecycle mapped

In this well-researched article, for each measure of effectiveness, we discuss best practices v/s the traditional methods to give you a comparison. Dive in.

Related: Key Components of Modern Enterprise Data Management [Elements]

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