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Why you should centralize IT Ops—and destroy data islands

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Why you should centralize IT Ops—and destroy data islands

Why you should centralize IT Ops—and destroy data islands
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Why you should centralize IT Ops—and destroy data islands
 
It's time to place IT services under a common framework to make data more widely available for better control and governance....
 
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arogyalokeshv
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Re: Why you should centralize IT Ops—and destroy data islands

 Yes, i agree but what about the security of data. If there is a data leak it would lead to security issues as we see now-a-days data is so valuable and need to be secured. For these reasons we have to be secure, and make sure the data is secured.

Regarding Governamce: Will it be able to handle of huge amounts of data under single roof??

 

klimbo13
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Re: Why you should centralize IT Ops—and destroy data islands

You need to get IT services under a common framework to make data more widely available for better control and governance, because the data you need to analyze is probably available only in islands. But by using modern technologies and APIs, you can collect this data in a single repository where you can perform real-time analysis on it using machine learning and model-driven algorithms. In this way, detecting anomalies in data becomes easier.