Key figure Data Owner
Nobody would come up with the idea of going to the cabinet of his filing cabinet to ask him how many shelves he can move in, how many folders he should put in, when he can remove the files or whom he can give the key to. But this absurd situation prevails in most IT environments. The topic of structure and permissions is usually the subject of the IT department. However, the file owner (data owner) is the only one who knows what to do with the data.
But who are the data owners of the hundreds of directories? This question is practically unanswerable with Windows on-board resources in established structures.
migRaven.24/7 Solves the problem by scanning the NTFS file owners and gives an overview of who has generated how many files in a directory. The user who created the most files is either the Data Owner of the directory or knows the Data Owner. The next step is in the migRaven.24/7 Web Interface simply assign the Data Owner rights to the identified file owner. From this point on, the data owner can become active himself and decide that, for example, certain directories can be archived obsolete and ad hoc, authorizations must be adapted or archiving policies should be assigned to specific directories.