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IDC study : Data mobility engine can serve as core of effective data management strategy

Research firm IDC predicts that , over the next five years , more than 80 % of the data collected by organizations will be unstructured data , and that will only continue to grow 40 – 50 % per year for most enterprises .

With the sheer volume of unstructured data yet to be created and used in the years ahead , it ’ s safe to say that the way organizations manage their data will need to evolve .
IDC ’ s Research VP of Infrastructure Systems ,
Platforms and Technologies Group , Eric
Burgener , authored an IDC Analyst Brief ,
sponsored by Datadobi , titled The Data Mobility Engine as the Foundation for an Efficient Data Management Strategy .
In the analyst brief , Burgener urges organizations to implement a comprehensive data management strategy to confront this increasing influx of data , noting that a data
mobility engine provides the foundation for an effective data management strategy and can drive significant benefits for the hybrid multi-cloud enterprise .
“ A good ( data management ) strategy takes into account not only the heterogeneity of storage in most enterprises , but also a
number of other areas , including on-and offpremises deployment models , application availability , data integrity , security , compliance and regulatory needs , efficient resource utilization and the fact that more than 80 % of the data created over the next five years will be unstructured ( i . e ., file and object-based ),” said Burgener .

Palo Alto Networks introduces industry ’ s most complete SASE solution for MSPs

K automation , requiring manual configuration and support for disparate products and API models .
Solving this challenge , Palo Alto Networks has introduced new innovations for Prisma SASE specifically designed for MSPs , including a hierarchical multitenant cloud management portal and open API framework .
Prisma SASE ’ s new highly flexible , cloud-based management portal with hierarchical multitenancy capability uses granular role-based access control ( RBAC ) – that MSPs have lacked until now – to provide the flexibility to manage multiple customers with different needs while providing control across a customer ’ s entire SASE services lifecycle .

Managed service providers ( MSPs ) have struggled to deliver SASE services cost-effectively at scale because current SD-

WAN and secure access solutions for the hybrid work force lack
“ MSPs need to deliver consistent , best-in-class secure access solutions for hybrid workforce and SD-WAN services to customers at the lowest possible TCO . Until now , that has been extraordinarily difficult ,” said Anand Oswal , Senior Vice President , Network Security at Palo Alto Networks . “ With Prisma SASE for MSPs , we are able to further deliver on the promise of a secure enterprise with ultimate ease of use , for both our managed service provider partners and their customers , and most importantly help address their unique network security and SD-WAN requirements .”
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