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On September 9, 2015, I was invited to present on an interactive roundtable conference call with EMC. The focus of the call was business challenges around application decommissioning and data archiving and how Flatirons is helping clients use EMC’s InfoArchive platform to address them. This is a summary of highlights from

In his blog “Think ‘Data Management,’ Not Just ‘Data Protection,’” Data Protection Analyst Jason Buffington provides sound advice to IT organizations whose primary storage is growing around 40% annually but whose IT budgets aren’t. That advice is to archive data. Buffington defines archiving this way: “Archiving is the intentional retention

This blog post originally appeared as an article in the June/July 2015 issue of the AircraftIT MRO eJournal. At the recent Air & Aerospace MRO & Operations IT Conference in London, I asked how many of the attendees to my presentation had an active application retirement program running within their

After loing at Healthcare in the past few blogs (see Part One and Part Two), we now turn our attention to the Financial Services industry—and success stories for Application Decommissioning and EMC’s InfoArchive. Today’s Business Climate Like Healthcare, Financial Services is highly regulated and subject to strict rules protecting

In the previous blog, we talked about the Healthcare industry and the complexity of its privacy and security requirements. We also highlighted a modernization effort resulting in outdated legacy applications that still contained critical, regulated data. With Application Decommissioning and EMC’s InfoArchive, we saw how these systems could finally be

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