This guest blog, by Jay Cardin, Solution Architect for WEI, is about the benefits of leveraging Qumulo for enterprise file data management on the cloud.
How will you manage the increasing volume and value of your data on the cloud?
When it comes to challenges faced by today’s IT organizations, there are few as universal as data management. In the last two decades, the volume of data that enterprises are expected to utilize, secure, and manage has increased exponentially. The location of that data has also changed, with much of it moving to the cloud or hybrid environments.
Raising the stakes even further, the value of data has increased as well. An enterprise that isn’t making use of the data it has, isn’t securing it properly, or isn’t ensuring users have access to the data they need to be productive will fail.
To stay on top of this constant flow of data, enterprises require a solution that can offer the support for not only the volume of data, but also differing file types, data locations, applications, and workloads. Managing their ever-increasing volumes of data is one of the greatest challenges enterprises face today. Over time, the volume, location and importance of data have all evolved, and legacy solutions can no longer keep up.
Enterprises need a solution that can offer the support for not only the volume of data, but also differing file types, data locations, applications, and workloads. To meet this need, Qumulo has built a file data platform that directly fulfills the file data management needs of today’s enterprises.
Learn the top 8 reasons why Qumulo should be a part of your cloud strategy from WEI, an innovative, full service, customer-centric IT solutions provider.
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