Data Archiving Pitfalls

Webinar on-demand: Lessons Learned from a Fortune 500 Company that Tried DIY Data Archiving

We all know DIY (or “Do it yourself”) has been the rage for the past few years; in fact the DIY industry is currently valued at $43.7B. It’s only a logical conclusion to start branching out of the normal DIY projects you usually hear about in real estate or craft projects. We’ve seen the proven financial benefits in other markets, why couldn’t this DIY approach work for initiatives within your enterprise and help you free-up some budget?

This DIY practice is something that is good for small crafts but when it comes to a larger project, things tend to get convoluted and disjointed. You wouldn’t want to DIY everything, that is why it is common practice in medicine for a doctor to refer a patient to a specialist rather than stick to their own opinion. Not everyone is an expert in everything, we’re only human.

Data archiving is a critical process in any organization. Many companies do attempt to take on the archiving process on their own and typically face major obstacles; sometimes even accidentally deleting critical data.

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About your presenters

data archiving

Deepak Sood
Chief Technology Officer

Deepak has been a data archiving expert for nearly two decades. He has presented on numerous topics at several SAP events and regularly contributes his expertise to enterprise business leaders. In his capacity as Chief Technology Officer for Auritas, Deepak leads the organization’s most complex undertakings and spearheads digital transformation initiatives with his ability to think outside of the box and deliver comprehensive data management solutions.

Brian Olis
Client Partner

Brian is focused on business development in the SE region. He has 25 years of experience uncovering underlying business requirements and applying the appropriate services and technologies to solve real world challenges. He’s worked with retail, manufacturing, energy, utilities, financial services, telecommunications, government and distribution organizations.

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