5 points for successful data management
07.04.20/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Thomas Gomell, migRaven GmbH
Only ten to 20 percent of the data stored by companies today is business-critical and is mostly hidden deep in overcrowded file servers. Loss of efficiency and avoidable costs are the result. But how do you end the data chaos? Many companies have been accumulating ever larger amounts of data for many years. Researching for a process ...
Data chaos? Order must be in.
05.11.19/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Thomas Gomell, migRaven GmbH
German companies are seeing a steadily growing volume of data: some of it is stored systematically by employees in the company network or simply on the local computer. It is inevitable that considerable amounts of data will accumulate over time. But not only work-related data can be found on the company's internal systems ...
Outdated and obsolete files slow companies down
30.08.19/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Thomas Gomell, migRaven GmbH
PC employees in German companies spend around 30 to 60 minutes of their daily working hours looking for files. This equally frustrating and costly circumstance is caused by huge amounts of data, redundant storage, obsolete objects and missing structures. Enormous optimizations can be made in scenarios of this kind by ...
Open like barn doors - IT security in medium-sized companies
01.04.19/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Thomas Gomell, migRaven GmbH
It's an arms race. The more companies do something for their IT security, the more data thieves and hackers are against it. Investments in system protection never come to an end. Anyone who has set up firewalls and virus scanners will soon need access management and sophisticated encryption. Precautions in ...
Data chaos in companies: more than 20.000 files per employee
03.09.19 | Author: Michael Kroker
Every PC user in German companies has an average of more than 20.000 files in file systems. This causes massive difficulties and costs. The Berlin IT specialist Aikux.com GmbH has evaluated around 400 IT projects from 2017 to 2019 relating to corporate data and access rights and has gained important experience on the data culture in ...
Parking garage - how to get rid of superfluous data
21.05.19/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Thomas Gomell, migRaven GmbH
Exit from the car park: How to get rid of unnecessary files. Would you plan a parking garage without an exit? Or drive into one? Nobody would come up with such an idea - but that's exactly what happens when using electronic data in companies: Since digital data storage in companies, huge amounts of data have ...
SME challenges in data and rights management
18.03.19/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Rainer Brosy
More and more data is generated in companies, but this is usually only important for the short term. Due to a lack of resources, it is more common in medium-sized companies that no data and rights management is implemented. Similar to a parking garage without an exit, there is a constant inflow of data, but no outflow.
Intelligent data and rights management for companies
05.03.19 | Author: WTV
Digitization has penetrated almost all areas of everyday life. Many advantages can be drawn from this, but new problems also arise. One of them is the incredible amount of data that is stored. Due to the ever larger and cheaper storage space, the digital information is stored in countless files. Already at home ...
Increasing security and efficiency for companies thanks to new data culture
30.09.19/XNUMX/XNUMX | Author: Thomas Gomell, migRaven GmbH
The company servers are groaning under an increasing load of data: In addition to relevant, business-critical data, there are outdated and redundant files as well as files with no known value - so-called dark data. But these are not only a burden due to their storage requirements - they represent a veritable cost factor for the company ...