The Secret to Better Enterprise Data Management

Learn how hybrid cloud platforms like Nasuni can enhance your enterprise data management strategy.

May 30, 2024

Unstructured data is growing rapidly, making it difficult for organizations to efficiently access, protect, and manage that data with traditional infrastructures. The need for improved enterprise data management has been a discussion outlined by industry experts such as Gartner, who predict that enterprises will be tripling their unstructured data capacity by 2027.

However, it’s more than just the sheer amounts of data that are giving enterprises pause. The demand for global access for remote and hybrid workforces is also on the rise.

Companies now need to provide employees with management systems that deliver seamless performance for applications and workflows, despite their locations. Simultaneously, they need to achieve this and reduce costs. Thus, IT teams have been tasked to work through the limitations of on-premises storage and other traditional file systems. They also need to determine the ROI of migrating those systems to the cloud.

The path to success resides in hybrid cloud services. Hybrid cloud services give data storage and management the scalability, data security, and performance enterprises need to keep pace with the market. Because of this, Gartner believes that 60% of Infrastructure & Operations (I&O) leaders will have implemented hybrid cloud solutions in the next few years.

Ensure Data Success

Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of hybrid cloud storage:

  • First and foremost, the consolidation of enterprise data creates a single source of truth. This allows companies to gain new insights from their data, and to use that information to prepare for AI use-cases.
  • A best-in-class hybrid cloud platform can also layer on critical business needs, like ransomware protection, data backup and recovery, fast edge performance, and more. And, on top of that, they will ensure compliance, data governance, and overall data quality.
  • Hybrid cloud storage will lower the cost of success. Companies like Nasuni leverage distributed file storage and object storage from major public cloud storage providers like Google, AWS, and Microsoft Azure to give customers the scale and cost savings they need.
  • Hybrid cloud storage can even help organizations meet their ESG initiatives. For example, Takeda Pharmaceuticals moved to the cloud after it was mandated to reduce its company footprint. With The Nasuni File Data Platform, Takeda was able shut down seven data centers and hundreds of file shares. This led to a drastic reduction in carbon emissions from its traditional infrastructure.

These benefit examples are just a small part of the conversation around enterprise data management. To learn more, watch Nasuni’s latest on-demand webinar, Why It’s Time for the Hybrid Cloud.

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