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Get Back to Business: 5 Data Demands You Need to Address Now

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Data comes at your business from every direction—employee desktops, mobile apps and devices, the internet, e-commerce, big data repositories, and the IoT. Managing and storing the flow of data so your company can protect it and put it to profitable use presents 5 increasingly complex and urgent challenges for your business.

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Get Back to Business: 5 Data Demands You Need to Address Now

  1. 1. Get Back to Business: 5 Data Demands You Need to Address Now Data comes at your business from every direction—employee desktops, mobile apps and devices, the internet, e-commerce, big data repositories, and the IoT. Managing and storing the flow of data so your company can protect it and put it to profitable use presents 5 increasingly complex and urgent challenges for your business. Scalability DEMAND #1 Today, and as your organization grows, your data storage should be built to scale up. Without it, your business faces: Risk of data loss, threatening business continuity, customer experience, and regulatory compliance1 Disruption of operations when forklift upgrades are required Mounting costs for data migrations to new storage media Burdened and inefficient primary storage arrays, shortening their life Slow transit of compressed and encrypted data chunks during disaster recovery Painstakingly long and drawn out backup and archiving processes High storage consumption can impact the quality and speed of your backup and recovery, leading to: Losing data hurts your business, but even a single hour of downtime can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. >$5M $2M- $5M $1M- $2M $501,000- $1M $401,000- $500,000 $301,000- $400,000 $201,000- $300,000 $101,000- $200,000 $50,000- $100,000 $10,000- $50,000 Up to $10,000 AVERAGE COST OF ONE HOUR OF DOWNTIME FOR ENTERPRISES2 MOST CRITICAL ENTERPRISE PAIN POINTS3 Capacity DEMAND #2 Performance DEMAND #3 Cost can become a major concern if adding data capacity requires an overhaul or replacement of hardware and software that your business has invested in and relies upon. Cost DEMAND #4 1. Data/ capacity growth 2. Meeting disaster recovery requirements 3. High cost of storage Security & Compliance DEMAND #5 The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is changing the game for data storage. COMPLIANCE WITH THE GDPR WILL REQUIRE: HYDRAstor’s scale-out, grid architecture positions your company for continuous growth. A complete solution Data storage capacity that grows with your business Reduced storage space consumption that positions you for undisrupted growth The fastest ingest speeds for backup, recovery, and archiving Competitive solution that leverages ongoing investments Confidence that corporate data is secure and compliant How you store, archive, and protect your company’s data can determine its competitive value and integrity. Since 2007, NEC has set the standard with its disk storage solutions. To learn how HYDRAstor can provide the reliable, scalable, cost-effective backup and archiving solution for your business, download our ebook, “5 Critical Features of a Long-Term Data Storage Infrastructure.” SOURCES 1 “Deduplication Backup Target Appliance Buyer’s Guide,” 2018, DCIG 2 “Reliability and Hourly Cost of Downtime Trends Survey,” 2017, ITIC 3 “Featured Data: Top three storage pain points for enterprise customers,” 2017, 451 Research 4 ”GDPR brings serious implications for data storage,” 2017, Computer Weekly Data stewardship roles such as Data Protection Officer Application-to- storage mapping Data encryption, at rest and in flight 0% 3% 3% 5% 11% 10% 18% 21% 24% 4% 1%

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