Future predictions includes three things:
- Documentum and AX will not go away
- Buying a single ECM solution from OpenText will be confusing
- Not All Future Technologies will become reality
To manage legacy or less frequently used tape solutions it can cost up $10,000 annually according to a Baseline Briefing survey.
CMS Wire predicts that in 2017 major changes will come to the big data ecosystem because of Hadoop’s staying power and data prep becoming a feature in more products.
All companies have data, of course, but not all of them are using it with the same level of mastery. More organizations are using analytics, but for many of them it can be difficult to operationalize their data, particularly when “business as usual” is getting in the way.
In 2017, it is critical that litigators realize that the rules have changed, and adapt their discovery strategies accordingly…There will be a steady stream of cases in 2017 addressing reasonable steps to preserve, intent to deprive another party of relevant data and the inherent power of the court to administer sanctions when data is lost.
Many organizations have improved their vendor risk management programs. But they still have a long way to go in optimizing these efforts, according to the annual Vendor Risk Management Benchmark Study released by the Shared Assessments Program, a collaborative consortium, and Protiviti, a global consulting firm.
The study found that organizations across all industries, and in particular financial services, are increasing their focus on managing vendor and third-party risks. The maturity levels associated with different vendor risk management program areas have improved noticeably, the report said, yet awareness levels and compliance measures aren’t where they need to be.