Information Management and Delivery

Information Management and Delivery

Within this area, we look at ways of storing, managing and exploiting business data efficiently, effectively and securely. We also take an active interest in search technologies and business intelligence, as well as high-end analytics and 'big data'. But it's not only about the technology itself: data governance and other non-IT aspects for managing and using data are a key area of focus.

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The Enterprise Flash Imperative

From expensive luxury to essential enabler

Report/Paper published March 2017

Five years later, the hybrid cloud is real

But what about your data?

Column/Blog Post published February 2017

Getting all-flash storage investment approved

Time for a post-factual approach?

Column/Blog Post published February 2017

Rethinking long term data management

The emerging role of active archiving

Inside Track published February 2017

Unleashing the full potential of all-flash arrays

The network is part of the system too

Report/Paper published December 2016

Enterprise Flash – The New Normal?

Everything you wanted to know about enterprise flash, but were afraid to ask

Inside Track published November 2016

Poor capacity planning is not our fault

Sysadmins explain why things are so crap

Column/Blog Post published November 2016

Big questions for those looking for answers in big data

The future is disobedient: the more we know, the less we can predict

Column/Blog Post published November 2016

All-flash storage uncertainty and doubt

Time for suppliers to raise their game?

Inside Track published November 2016

A peek behind the AI bandwagon

There’s more than one thing going on here

Column/Blog Post published October 2016

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Freeform Announcements

NEW TEAM MEMBER  
 
A big Freeform Dynamics welcome to Richard Edwards, who has just joined us as Service Director and Distinguished Research Analyst. Richard has over 30 years of IT industry experience and has worked as an analyst for 13 of those years. He will help us boost our coverage of the workforce empowerment and productivity space, and will also steer some of our key service innovation activities.  
 
Please see here, for more on Richard’s background, expertise and interests.