At the heart of IT transformation is a new currency for digital disruptors: data.
The way data is collected, managed and analysed will change transformation strategies and directly impact how organisations grow revenue and control costs.
The development of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the evolution of how humans and machines interact, will also change our relationship with data. Machines will enable humans to extract more insights and meaning from data, and enable us to go far beyond traditional analysis of “what happened”, to the predictive analysis of “what will happen”, and eventually insights on “what we should do”.
How much the impact of these specific technologies applies to different organisations is yet to be seen, but one thing is true – IT transformation has to include a shift in how data is managed, and an overall approach to storage and analytics.
Read the full article titled “New Data Relationships Will Drive Storage Transformation” to find out how new demands and changing relationships with data require an approach to storage that delivers a solution that is more responsive, reliable, and scalable than ever before.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “New Data Relationships Will Drive Storage Transformation” published in The Business Times on 4 April, 2018.