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Changing Tides

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The requirements of data management systems are becoming ever more demanding and many companies are struggling to keep up with the data deluge. Over 56% of respondents in ComputerWorld’s latest survey say overwhelming data volumes are compelling them to look at new data management solutions and are looking for ways to efficiently manage the data explosion. See how they are planning to tackle new data management challenges.

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Changing Tides

  1. 1. 29% report that current systems don’t live upto TCO expectations2 out of 3 find an integrated software approachto data management highly appealingAll respondentsSenior ITMid-level ITall levels feel that an integrated software apprach is best suited to their challenges.Changing TidesSenior and mid-level managers alike gravitate toward an integratedsoftware approach to data managementM A R Y A N N Efor more information, visitwww.sap.com/database-solutionsAccording to a global survey of over 200 organizations,sponsored by SAP and conducted by IDG research services56%63%48%!While the requirements of data management systems becomeever more demanding, many companies are struggling tokeep up with the deluge. With the tides changing, how willyou adapt? 23%over next 12 months23%within next 12-24monthsNoNot sureNearly 50% plan toevaluate new approachesto data managementwithin 2 yearsData Management Gap Analysis:Importance of Criteria vs. Current effectivenessHighAvailability/Reliability89%79%86%66%TotalCostofOwnership

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