Data Governance is the new wild west so is your company embroiled in the anarchy or has it appointed a Sheriff ?
Do your company understand where files are stored and why?
Do your company have policies for certain types of data ?
Do your company have a procedure to protect again ransomware ?
Do your company understand your data content ?
Do your company promote encryption or protection for sensitive files stored on cloud ?
Do your company promote a hybrid content strategy ?
Do your company understand the rules and regulations that your data may be subject to ?
If you answered ‘no’ to these questions then you should consider a joined up data strategy to promote content governance. The antithesis of this is siloed, duplicative, inconsistent data that is unmanageable and unenforceable.
Enter Storage Made Easy’s Enterprise Sync and Share Fabric Solution. SME provide’s a solution that unifies up on-premise and on-cloud data and enables companies to set common policy controls to control data.
SME comes with over 50 cloud connectors covering a wide range of on-premise and on-cloud solutions including CIFS, NFS, SharePoint, Office 365, and SalesForce.
To enable companies to treat their content as an asset SME is shipped integrated with Apache Lucene which enables companies to search against their content wherever it is stored.
Ransomware a problem ? Not any more. SME will back up data to a nominated place to ensure quick recovery if Ransomware hackers should strike.
SME also works CMIS solutions to ensure enterprise document management solutions are not ignored.
SME is data storage agnostic and works with almost any data store and enables companies to not only create and enforce policies (govern) against data silos but to also gain insight into their data to fuel productivity.
So, do you need that Sheriff ?by
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