Archiving, compliance, eDiscovery, records, File Analysis and analytics are often thought of as six disparate functions. Built by different companies for different purposes, they operate mostly on their own, unable to smoothly communicate at today’s data volumes. These siloed applications cause data management issues that make effective data governance impossible. When each application is fraught with duplicate data copies, disjointed retention, inconsistent search, and no single version of the truth, can an organization truly say that it has control over its data?
What if these six functions weren’t meant to operate on their own? Maybe there’s a better way to go about managing enterprise information.
The ZL Team takes a different approach and starts with the data. Rather than working at the application layer to tie siloed tools together, we have built a single repository for data storage and management that can seamlessly perform any information governance task, from archiving to analytics.
The time for six isolated systems has passed. It’s time to have one data universe.