How To Best Ride The Data Explosion Wave For A Successful Digital Transformation

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Florian Malecki, International Sr. Product Marketing Director

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A recent study by Oxford Economics found that more than half of midsize companies see digital transformation as a core business goal. Why? Because they believe digitization can improve business performance for a wide range of functions, including more efficient business operations and stronger financial performance. At the core of any digital transformation initiative is data, because data is the foundation for understanding where the business is and for making informed decisions about where it is going. However, this appetite for digital transformation can quickly morph into digital disaster. Midsize companies run the risk of dealing with data management complexity themselves, without the proper resources, dramatically increasing the likelihood of data loss and threatening the potential for business growth. Join this StorageCraft webcast, and learn how converged secondary storage can help you with eliminating storage and data protection silos and scales out seamlessly to help manage explosive data growth.
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