7 resolutions to enhance data management, compliance [SLIDESHARE]

New Year’s resolutions get a bad rap. We’ve all had a year (or two) when we promised ourselves we’d overhaul diet and exercise habits – maybe even while finally writing a novel and volunteering more – only to learn that major changes require preparation and planning in order to prove sustainable. But resolutions don’t have to be over before they start.

Maintaining your data center can feel a lot like trying to make a lifestyle change. There are probably aspects of your system that could use an update, or would at least benefit from some strategy and inspiration to optimize processes. For example, perhaps you’re struggling under the weight of unstructured data stores, or you’ve been itching to get your team involved with driving the company’s latest push to uphold data security.

Although 2016 is already underway, there’s no better time to tackle your infrastructure wish list than now. As DataGravity President John Joseph recently wrote on LinkedIn, the critical element in any successful New Year’s resolution is outlining your ultimate goals from the start. With a clear view of the results you’re working toward, you can build an effective plan that propels you toward the finish line.

Our latest SlideShare, “7 New Year’s resolutions for the data-driven future,” shares ways to forge your company’s sustainable path toward enhanced data management and security in 2016. Whether you’re hoping to avoid falling victim to a data breach, keep your company up to date with industry compliance regulations or tap into insights that were previously obscured within dormant data, click through our suggestions to help your team take its first steps.

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Jeff Boehm

Jeff Boehm

Jeff Boehm was the vice president of marketing at DataGravity for 2 years. Jeff brought more than 20 years of experience with a rare combination of marketing skills, organizational leadership and technical background to DataGravity, having shaped the BI and search markets working for industry pioneers and disrupters.