by Angela Guess
According to a new press release, “Data Dynamics, a leader in intelligent file management, today announced the release of StorageX 8.0. The award-winning solution is designed to empower enterprises to seamlessly analyze, move, manage and modernize data assets from creation to archive for true business transformation. The new version of StorageX delivers support for S3 compliant storage and comprehensive file management from the data center to the cloud – eliminating data silos and vendor lock-in. According to Gartner, the worldwide data volume is expected to grow by 59% year-over-year with a compound annual growth rate of more than 800% over the next five years. In addition, 80% of that growth will be from unstructured data.”
Piyush Mehta, CEO of Data Dynamics, commented, “Businesses today rely on data as their primary asset but the underlying infrastructure management of the data continues to struggle with archaic and proprietary means of managing it… This makes it extremely challenging for enterprises to leverage the data where and when they want it, while ensuring there is no security breach in accessing the data. With our StorageX 8.0 release, we are providing enterprises an ability to ‘Manage Your Data’ on-prem or within a hybrid cloud, utilizing industry standards and in a secure manner.”
The release adds, “This latest release is the eighth generation of StorageX, an intelligent solution providing a holistic view of all data assets that are locked behind multiple storage silos. File management has become a strategic initiative for both IT and line of business owners to ensure business agility. StorageX serves as a central command center for this increasingly critical operation, enabling organizations to view and manage data – regardless of where it is stored. Using a standards-based approach, the powerful platform removes the barriers that exist across heterogeneous storage types giving enterprises the freedom to adapt quickly to changing business demands.”
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