The demands on the file server are becoming more and more extensive: Employees must be able to quickly and easily gain access to the data that is important to them, despite increasing amounts of data. You should have flexible access to data in cross-departmental teams. At the same time, companies have to worry more than ever about data security within the framework of the GDPR and must not ignore the correctly set access rights for the files.
Has the file server had its day?
File server users complain - often rightly - about the mostly chaotic conditions on the file storage system and the resulting need to waste valuable time every day looking for the right file.
Is the migration worthwhile in another system?
Many companies then laboriously migrate their data to alternative storage systems without actually eliminating the underlying problem of unstructured data. And so in the worst case scenario, for a lot of money, the efficiency and data security can be deteriorated even further.
Whitepaper "Good reasons to stay on the file server"
Our whitepaper is aimed particularly at IT decision-makers and shows why the file server does not have to be obsolete, how it can be used better and how you can also save time and money.
Digitization produces a flood of data that forces companies to think about how to organize their file storage. With the thousands of files scattered in many folders and sub-folders, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find the few really important data and users are right to complain about it.
Many companies then laboriously migrate their data to alternative storage systems without actually eliminating the underlying problem of unstructured data. And so, in the worst case scenario, you degrade efficiency and data security for a lot of money.
The aim of this whitepaper is to show the reasons why the file server does not have to be obsolete for a long time, how you can use it optimally and how you ultimately save time and money.