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How Cloud Migration Affects Data Classification, Minimization & Disposal
Cloud computing has empowered organizations to increase the volume of data they collect and store. While this data provides undeniable benefits, it can also be a liability, especially for businesses in highly regulated industries such as finance and healthcare.
This study shows how cloud computing has enabled the over-collection of data, why organizations need better data management processes throughout the data lifecycle—including at end of life (EOL)—and the differences in approaching EOL data in on-premise data centers vs. a public cloud environment.
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Based on a Coleman Parkes survey of 1,800 IT decision makers, “Data at a Distance” shows how all data-collecting organizations—regardless of sector—can proactively address data security and regulatory noncompliance risks related to data bloat in cloud environments.