Cloud Series: Organizational Structure

Re-envisioning the modern enterprise with the cloud

One of the more visible changes allowed by the cloud is organizational restructuring: both in office space altercations and departmental reconceptualization. Remote Work Opportunities  While remote work for many individuals is no longer revolutionary as […]

Cloud Series: Privacy and Security

Evaluating potential security risks in cloud storage

One of the primary concerns CIOs and IT leaders have about moving to the cloud is whether their data will remain safe as they relinquish partial control of their data security over to a cloud service provider.  It is only natural that companies evaluate […]

Cloud Series: Introduction

The cloud is rapidly becoming the norm for data storage

Despite the pandemic hindering numerous industries, cloud service providers have thrived. Cloud storage has been increasingly popular as countless workers operate remotely, relying on remote access to documents and collaboration apps. Notably, IBM, who is notoriously slow to advance on trends, has announced that they are divesting from their on-premises storage […]

How Will 5G Affect Data Governance?

While the dawn of 5G, or fifth-generation cellular networks, has been awaited for years, we are now on the cusp of it becoming the primary data provider, usurping its 4G predecessor. While 5G is currently only housed […]

The Enron Corpus: Data Management’s Laboratory

You’re probably familiar with Enron, the energy services company that underwent a massive investigation in the early 2000s for wide-scale fraud. What you might not be familiar with is a curious byproduct […]

Single-Instance Storage: One and Done

How SIS leads to better data governance

Single-instance storage (SIS), the process of archiving only one copy of an item (email or file), plays a key role in any effective information governance strategy. Single-instancing is achieved through de-duplication – […]