An intelligent enterprise data management and migration strategy requires an analytics-first approach that ensures you know what data is in what classes and tiers. This helps Administrators, data owners and possibly also users to gain an understanding of the data structures or their own data and to make informed decisions. [more]
- In Best Practice Analysis shows the permission levels and identifies inheritance breaks and direct permissions. [detail]
- In Obsolete Data Analysis returns the number of directories and files and their total size that have exceeded a certain age. [detail]
- The Accounts Report creates an exportable list of all direct and indirect permissions of a user account. [detail]
- In Data heat map provides information about the distribution of files according to age and directory depth. [detail]
- File Type Analysis you can search specifically for certain file types and their storage space usage. [detail]
- The analysis Data usage by departments provides information about the use of storage space by people, departments and groups. The analysis also provides valuable Notes on possible data owners of a directory. [detail]
What you should know about your company data
- Where are they?
- How old are they?
- When were they last changed?
- Who has access to it?
- Who can make binding decisions regarding the data? (data owner)
- Are they subject to special retention requirements?
- How important are they?
- Are they right on the company server?