IT Voice December 2020 Edition – IT Voice | Online IT Media

Data Leap due to all the technology transition in the Pandemic

Everyone is now adapting to technological changes or are first time users/ new to technology, adapting to all the kinds of new gadgets and devices.

But later in the next year, the amount of garbage data that is gathered could be a huge concern.

Data Management would be a huge task for all the Hardware Product-based Companies as well as software service-based companies.

More the number of devices means more the storage and data.

Technology has brought a huge impact in everyday life of a person, and people are now getting more and more into it.

Data management is all about the lifecycle of data, from its creation to its expiration, and the controlled workflow of data on every stage of it.

Data management minimizes or may eliminate the risks and costs of regulatory non-compliance, legal complications, and security hacks. With the help of data management, you can have a managed and anywhere access if it whenever its needed, in its accurate form and also eliminating any kinds of miscommunication amongst peers of the particular data of that group or a project or the company.

Data is treated as an asset by almost all the product and software service-based companies.

Gathering data and analyzing could you make a lot of good and improved future decisions, including marketing decisions, optimize business operations and also reducing some of the management costs, in turn with the sole purpose of purpose of increasing revenue and profits and also customer reach.

Lack of knowledge in data management could also cause a ruckus in the company’s workflow, hence leading to faults and bad decisions sometimes.

So, hiring data scientists and analysts could be an expense but that’s only for reducing and cutting down costs of other criteria in a fundamental work. Data scientists and analysts may also handle some data management tasks, especially filtering out the raw data and converting it to meaningful information.

There are a lot of Database Management Systems in the market offering a large variety of functions and features, to both corporate houses and individuals.

Information is like the building block of modern business. The sheer volume of information and data presents an obvious challenge of its management, security and maintenance.

The unique needs of any company or organization practicing data management and analysis may require a mix of some or all of these approaches. Familiarity with management areas provides data managers with the background they need to build solutions and service providing products to end users customized for their environments.

TARUN TAUNK

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF