When I was 14, my family visited relatives in the Bay Area. We planned to go to a local science museum, and on the day of the outting, a friend of the family offered to drive me. It was a beautiful day, though as we reached her car I was struck by its state; the front seat was somewhat accessible, but the entirety of the back seat was full to the roof with books, newspapers, and all manner of items. I was horrified. We ended up being late to the museum, as our friend had to find something in the back of the car, rifling through the piles and piles of information.
Our family friend was a hoarder, and it turns out, many companies practice this same behavior with data.
Customers just like you tell us the most critical and valuable asset they have is data. Look at companies like Airbnb, Lyft, and Uber with limited physical assets – they are leaders based on digital assets, predominately providing value from their information.
Challenges in data management:
I think back to when I was 14 and the infamous overloaded car: Why didn’t she keep it clean? Consider these factors:
Unfortunately for her, Veritas did not have a solution for her car, but we are prepared to help your organization, by:
Imagine the resources available to your business once you address data hoarding. And if you are a partner, consider which of your customers could benefit from having this discussion.
To learn more of Veritas' 360 approach to data management, I invite you to join #TeamVtas at our upcoming Veritas Solution Days scheduled across the globe, beginning October 2018.
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