Maintain your competitive edge by better managing your content

The economic downturn and credit crunch are calling for new efficiencies in every aspect of business. While private organizations and government agencies struggle to meet their own strategic objectives, they must also mitigate risk, encourage accountability, and remain compliant with government and industry regulations. In order for organizations to be successful, they must effectively manage the increasing demand of data proliferation while successfully turning that data into useful information for strategic and tactical decisions.

How important is information/data management in today’s enterprise?

While every company’s IT environment and business objectives create unique challenges associated with information or data management, there are some basic necessities that need to be addressed no matter what size company you are today or hope to be tomorrow. Sirius has three decades of experience, certified experts in today’s leading software, hardware and appliance products, and strategic partners to help ensure you are making the most of your most important asset – data.

  • Data Management: Officially the development and execution of architectures, policies, practices and procedures that properly manage the full data lifecycle needs of an enterprise.
  • Data Security & Privacy: Not enough emphasis can be applied to the challenges IT professionals have securing the data of employees, patients, clients, partners and more audiences. All companies are expected to be good stewards of all data owned and shared.
  • Information Integration: Across all types of data, all databases in your environment, and all of the applications that interact with your data (which can include on premise applications, apps in the cloud, hosted applications, and applications from vendors, suppliers and clients).
  • Data Warehousing & Analytics: Once pie in the sky, now warehousing, analytics and business intelligence actually have credibility because of the tools and processes available to small, medium and large enterprises.
  • Lifecycle Management: Comprehensive solutions to help database, system, and application administrators automate the processes required to manage the lifecycle of technology. It minimizes manual tasks related to discovery, provisioning, patching, configuration management and ongoing change management.
  • Big Data: Managing the data that comes in from anywhere and everywhere, including digital images, video, commerce transactions, sensors that gather climate information, posts to social media sites, email communications, data sheets, and more and more and more. There’s no way to include all the types of data that exist because next week there will probably be a new category we didn’t even know existed!

Utilize your information assets to optimize your business

It’s estimated that we, the world, create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day! That means that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone.

Sirius works with leaders in the information management marketplace, including application vendors like Oracle, SAP, Lawson and Infor, in addition to strategic partnerships with providers of database products, appliances, BI, Big Data, warehousing, storage management, security, and business continuity (IBM, NetApp, Microsoft, HP, Dell, VMware, Cisco and more). That gives us the unique ability to see the IT enterprise information management challenges, priorities and solutions across the entire data center.

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