With the data explosion in recent years, the amount of data that organizations store is growing exponentially with little-to-no-sign of slowing down soon. Advanced analytics on this wealth of data is providing greater visibility into market, consumer, and competitor behavior, which allows strategizing on increasingly accurate predictive forecasting. Simply put, knowledge is now more powerful than ever before—but only if that information can be obtained, stored, and accessed without limitation.
Unless businesses can overcome their storage limitations and be agile enough to adapt to this changing environment, they'll see data, space, time, and money slowly disappear while their competitiveness declines. New insights have shown that what works now won't meet future needs.
During the webinar, we'll:
- Reveal key findings from a recent global study that interviewed 500 IT decision makers.
- Explore the current and future needs of storage—how much data organizations can hold now, what they're almost ready to take on, and how much their volume of data will increase in the near future.
- Examine whether organizations can handle workloads at greater than a petabyte scale.
- Nicole McNab, senior project manager, Vanson Bourne
- Ross Turk, director of product marketing, Red Hat
Date: September 8, 2016
Time: 12 p.m. EDT
Length: 1 hour
Audience: Business and technical