StoredIQ Creates a Big Data ‘Start Button’ with DataIQ

StoredIQ, the leader in providing active information managementsolutions, today announced DataIQ , an innovative first-step application that reduces the complexity of understanding and analyzing Big Data.  DataIQ is designed to give organizations a simple, low-cost, visualization solution to understand their unstructured data — without first moving it to a repository — to help answer data intelligence questions that challenge many of today’s IT organizations such as:

  • How much data do you have across your enterprise?
  • What are your largest repositories?
  • How much old, un-used data do you have and where is it?
  • Who owns data that is violating corporate policies?
  • Which data is relevant to your business and which is just taking up space?

“Every company has more data than it can manage. But few can precisely locate it, assess the value of it, or make much sense out of it when they need to,” said Ted Friedman, vice president and distinguished analyst with Gartner. “Information management projects can be very intimidating.  To set a course for success, organizations need to build insight regarding the whereabouts, meaning, and usage of their data.”

Designed to run on the StoredIQ PlatformDataIQ scales from terabytes to petabytes, from single corporate offices to global enterprises, and provides a single, holistic view across a multitude of enterprise data sources and hundreds of file types — without moving any data from its native location. With DataIQ, organizations have the power to make informed decisions before starting any information management initiative including: data migration,  storage optimizationrecords managementeDiscoverydata clean up, and information governance. DataIQ gives companies the ability to:
  • Identify – interesting subsets of information without moving any data across the corporate network
  • Analyze – data using advanced visualizations to spot compliance violations, get out in front of the eDiscovery process, make infrastructure planning decisions, jump start records initiatives, etc.
  • Act – copy, collect, move data that requires further processing or retention; defensibly delete data that provides negative value to the company

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