Data retention compliance is challenging, regardless of the industry. Simplify and streamline your data management while improving regulation compliance
Data retention—sometimes also referred to as record retention—is the storing and maintaining of data and records for a certain time period to meet business, audit, and compliance requirements. From keeping accurate financial records and complying with regulations to disaster recovery and feeding analytic engines, businesses depend on sound data retention policies to function optimally. (more)
Legacy applications bog down digital transformation in many organizations. Businesses must modernize to stay competitive; using older apps can slow down and even hinder this process, wasting valuable resources—such as staff, money, and IT infrastructure—in the process. For this reason, CIOs, IT, and I& O leaders are under immense pressure to modernize and support digital initiatives with an intent to deliver transformational experiences for internal and external stakeholders.(more)
Your guide to SAP application retirement and decommissioning. Here are the best data retention strategies and what to consider.
Information technology has progressed by leaps and bounds over the last decade, and organizations have been modernizing their IT landscapes to keep pace. But this ongoing transformation has left many of these organizations dealing with rigid legacy applications—full of historic yet valuable data—while navigating a new digital landscape.(more)