Infogix Analyzes Seven Hot Data Trends for 2019

According to a recent press release, “Infogix, a leading provider of data management tools, today unveiled its third edition of annual trends in data management that will have major ramifications on businesses in 2019 and beyond. ‘One of the most important themes we’re seeing this year is the way enterprises are turning their data into real actionable insights to transform organizational processes and gain a competitive advantage,’ said Emily Washington, senior vice president of product management at Infogix. ‘Businesses of all shapes and sizes are gaining a handle on their data environments through advanced data management technologies. Organizational roles are shifting, and businesses are figuring out new and exciting ways to leverage their data as an enterprise-wide asset’.”

The release goes on, “Business leaders at Infogix spent the year collecting the findings. The significant new trends for 2019 include: (1) Shifting Job Roles Thanks to Advanced Data Management Technologies. As technological capabilities improve, the value of data lies primarily in the hands of business users, rather than within the confines of the IT department. More teams within organizations are seeking a unified understanding of their most critical operational and business challenges… (2) The Migration of Dark Data. Even with advanced technologies, organizations still have vast amounts of untapped dark data to process and transform into digital assets. Organizations will digitize and migrate analog databases to leverage cloud-based predictive analytics to strengthen business decisions. (3) The Data Deluge is Becoming Even Worse. Organizations are still challenged by managing the data deluge. Every day more and more data will continue being created and distributed across different processes and systems.”

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