Information Governance: Make Database Archiving your Primary 2014 Resolution

Have you made your 2014 Information Governance resolutions yet? It has been suggested to set realistic goals but begin with a focus on one primary area to ensure success with your resolutions. Database archiving is a logical place to start as it is a response to a problem that many enterprises are experiencing.

 

Databases are constantly being overloaded with inactive data records that are being kept but do not have any business value.  Enterprises are enduring high costs managing this useless data simply because they either do not have a database archiving policy or they have not applied the policy yet.

 

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Implementing a database archiving policy as your primary 2014 resolution changes the problem of managing structured data into an opportunity to reduce costs and improve efficiency. HP Application Information Optimizer is the core component of HP’s Information Governance portfolio and helps you accomplish your 2014 resolution of database archiving by:

 

  • Directly addressing your organization’s bloated data problem by safely preserving and removing inactive structured data from production and legacy systems, while preserving data integrity and access.
  • Managing your structured data with HP AIO is an obvious first step in an information archiving strategy, as it was designed specifically to address this specific problem.
  • Beginning with the management of structured data can bring an immediate ROI, while solving risk, cost, and diminished performance issues

 Plan now to ensure that your enterprise has a database archiving policy for 2014. Look for beneficial suggestions and information regarding database archiving in 2014. To learn more now about HP Application Information Optimizer, please visit our microsite. Happy New Year!

 

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