Every day, businesses produce approximately 2.5 quintillion bits of data. It’s important that they manage this important data with accuracy and precision, so that it can increase productivity and improve the customer experience. To achieve this, they should have the right tools.
But with a multitude of tools for managing data available on the market, which should they pick? It is crucial to determine your business goals and the type of information that you need to manage. Consider whether you want data stored on premises or in the cloud. It is also important to look for solutions that can support a variety of features for managing data, from metadata to data analysis and integration.
Our top pick is Microsoft SQL Server. It is a central system for managing master data and it supports automated workflows that guarantee data consistency across your entire organization. It also offers high availability and disaster recovery options for data protection and security. Its seamless integration into other Microsoft technologies enables users to easily access the information they require.
Another good option is the Enteros patented database performance management SaaS platform, which identifies the root of complex issues with performance and database scalability that affect business. It also analyses databases and recommends the most suitable solutions. Additionally, it offers best-in-class usage governance that helps companies use data more responsibly and transparently with consumers.