SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 25, 2022–
Qumulo, the revolutionary leader in radically simplifying the storage and management of enterprise file data in hybrid cloud environments, today unveiled its key unstructured data storage predictions. Based on insights from customers, partners, analysts and industry thought leaders, Qumulo predicts that as unstructured data continues its rapid growth, enterprises will more readily adopt the cloud, adopt solutions that simplify complexity and address legacy challenges around performance, cost, and data access. .
“Unstructured data is at the heart of the human experience,” said Bill Richter, CEO of Qumulo. “It is the basis for the development of the vaccine against COVID-19, the creation of box office success and the automation of cars. The accumulation of unstructured data will soon become an avalanche, so companies need new tools and techniques to store and manage them simply.”
Qumulo predicts that the following major industry trends will emerge in 2022:
As unstructured data continues to grow, businesses will need better ways to drive innovation: the file data growth is rapidly outstripping the ability of companies to manage it. Without the right technologies in place, businesses cannot stay competitive in the marketplace. Over the next year, there will be an increasing need to store file data in trusted namespaces and manage it across multiple repositories – in the cloud or on-premises – with scalability, performance, and cost savings. impressive.
Unstructured data will play a central role in addressing the global supply chain challenge: Factories around the world are being called upon to increase production in the face of labor shortages and will increasingly turn to automation. To increase production, producers are leveraging artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and computer vision on their production lines to instantly detect and prevent product defects. Carriers are leveraging large-scale video surveillance for loss prevention and physical security. Ports and logistics providers use geospatial imagery to monitor their surroundings, detect weather conditions and ensure that products arrive at their destination on time.
The intersection of life sciences and healthcare will fuel the growth of unstructured data: The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to accelerate collaboration between universities, the pharmaceutical industry and government. Modern drug discovery leverages genomics, proteomics, and other unstructured, data-intensive approaches to accelerate results. On the front lines of patient care, healthcare organizations are facing unprecedented demands with limited resources. They need to modernize their data infrastructure and remove unnecessary manual burden from frontline healthcare workers to focus on patient outcomes.
Unstructured data workloads will be more cloud dependent: Data management used to be a difficult process for large companies. Over the next year, the caseload move to the cloud en masse from existing on-premises solutions and systems. The cloud offers benefits such as scalability and flexibility when it comes to storing, managing and running huge workloads of unstructured data. Customers looking for the elasticity, global reach, and advanced services available from cloud providers will drive many organizations to migrate their workloads.
Bringing data to life will drive business differentiation and competitive advantage: Many organizations around the world have huge amounts of unstructured data in multiple environments. Some of it is cold data that contains actionable and intelligent information that is not used. Going forward, there will be more focus on how companies bring all their data to life to drive the creation of products and solutions that simply deliver value. The innovations we rely on — from genome research to developing the COVID-19 vaccine rendering animated movies – all come from unstructured data. Businesses will unlock their data to gain competitive advantage and fuel innovation.
Business continuity and disaster recovery solutions will be crucial to protect against and respond to ransomware threats: Businesses and IT departments today face increasing pressure to defend against ransomware attacks and, in cases where data is compromised, resume business operations as quickly as possible. In 2022 and beyond, data protection and backup will be at the core of a company’s cohesive IT infrastructure strategy to protect its data from surface threats. Data-centric IT departments will need to be armed with powerful built-in security controls to minimize the attack surface and have second-site recovery options that are future-proof and cost-effective.
In the ever-changing world of unstructured data storage, greater data growth means greater business growth, with the right technology. The data industry will continue to create solutions that meet customers exactly where they are, with exactly what they need. To learn more about how Qumulo helps companies manage huge amounts of data around the world, Contact us today.
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