Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Sarah Rubenoff.

Big data continues to get bigger, and with it the value of this data grows, as well. But with this growth comes a struggle for many businesses to maintain and organize this data, as well as keep it secure—much less derive value from its content. In this era, data health management is key.

A recent study carried out by Morar Consulting revealed that nearly one in 10 businesses do not have a data center health management system in place. The new report from Intel summarizes the findings from the study carried out in Spring 2017 that included 200 IT decision makers in the U.S. and U.K. involved with data center management, such as CIOs, CTOs, Senior Managers and more. The study and report highlights today’s approaches and attitudes toward the implementation of a data center health management strategy.

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