Data Migration for the Long Term


See on Scoop.itData Nerd’s Corner

Best Methods for Data Migration: Osterman Research outlines five considerations for the increasing volume and content control issues with archived information

Carla Gentry CSPO‘s insight:

The sheer volume of content in many organizations makes migration difficult simply because it’s not an easy to task to move many terabytes of data from one platform to another. It’s a time-consuming and potentially error-prone process without the right migration tools. Plus, decisions have to be made about what data will be moved, whether or not a new archiving/content management tool will be used for new data while still supporting the older system for frozen data [for example],” Osterman says. “Second, chain-of-custody is an important consideration, since data that is in any way modified or altered during the migration may not be useable for e-discovery, regulatory compliance, etc

See on www.information-management.com

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