As with many IT initiatives, governance and finding the right partner are critical when it comes to data archiving. But what’s just as important, according to our panelists, is communicating what exactly it means.
As organizations move toward digital health – and CIOs wrap their heads around concepts as complex as application rationalization – it’s becoming clear that the role is more about relationship management than ever before, according to our panelists.
When it comes to cost-saving initiatives, legacy data archiving doesn’t usually come to mind, but that could soon change. During a recent webinar, IT leaders Dave Lundal and Lorri Page-Santacruz discussed how it has helped transform their organizations.
To think that an initiative as complex as data archiving can not only happen, but happen successfully, during a pandemic might have sounded crazy years ago. But, as two organizations are proving, it’s very possible if the righht processes and relationships are in place.
The key to a successful migration isn’t to give users every piece of data they want (especially if they want all of it), but rather, to figure out what data they need and make it easily accessible, according to our panelists.