Tom Shupe, Director Technical Services at Hubbell Incorporated describes how the company stays ahead of the curve on their data growth. He shares their experiences with data archiving and PBS archive software for retrieval in a hosted environment. [marketo-fat form="455"]
Roche LaTulippe, Integration Architect, Daimler Trucks North America, LLC, discusses Daimler’s archive storage architecture, strategy, implementation approach and the cost savings generated through archiving.
The webcast includes:
- How Daimler Trucks addressed specific requirements in their business processes
- Strategies applied to overcome end-user pushback to archiving
- Incorporation of customer-defined tables into the archiving strategy
- Approach for managing archive storage
- Daimler Trucks’ results—archiving successfully to generate space and savings
Zack Rose, from Johns Hopkins University, takes a soup-to-nuts approach defining how the university planned and managed their data archiving project in their complex environment: identifying staffing requirements; how they evaluated and selected third-party solutions prior to the implementation; the overall effort by the organization; and the most significant areas of improvement, including database size reduction and associated cost savings.
The webcast covers:
- Understanding what data archiving includes
- Selecting the appropriate scope
- Coordinating the necessary resources
- Executing a cohesive set of tests
- Communicating an accurate message to those affected
From master data and sales orders to procurement and payments, data growth is exploding. There’s only so much a system can take! As a result, system performance, infrastructure costs and an inability to access the right information at the right time can dramatically affect corporate operations. Dolphin’s solutions specifically for SAP ECC, BW and other SAP systems simplify data archiving, deliver savings and maintain rapid, transparent access to the data your business needs to thrive.
IT Knowledge Exchange, January 28, 2014
Dr Werner Hopf
Look for Big Data to get more strategic and more important in 2014. With the New Year in full swing, leading industry prognosticators are predicting that IT spending on Big Data will continue to grow as even more businesses continue their quest to gain a competitive edge through newfound insights enabled by Big Data. What level will this spending reach? How will these efforts affect the distribution of power in the C-Suite? And most importantly: where are the areas of Big Data that are truly impacting cash flow and the all-important bottom line?
Food Manufacturing, August 2012
Dr. Werner Hopf
The complex processes that characterize the food and beverage industry pose a variety of challenges including low profit margins, perishable products, stringent government regulations and changing consumer tastes.
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Dolphin’s Cloud Solution for Archived Data Can Help You Negotiate a Truce
In today’s dynamic business environment, data is being created faster than companies are willing — or able — to destroy it. What’s more, the appetite for real-time information commands IT to make data accessible whenever and wherever it is needed.