Managing Unstructured Data: 10 Key Requirements
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Research has shown that more than 80% of all business information comes from, "unstructured data." For example, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and images are types of unstructured data that a typical enterprise business stores in its data environment. The reality is that unstructured data is stored in files with liberal permissions. Furthermore, the problem is that sensitive data can be compromised regardless of the user's intent.

 

This white paper presents ten key requirements administrators should use when evaluating an enterprise-wide data protection solution for their business needs. Learn more about how the following imperatives impact the data protection environment:

 

  • Visibility
  • Control
  • Audit
  • Security
  • Performance
  • And others
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