Datadobi and Climb Channel Solutions Boost Unstructured Data Comprehension

Datadobi, the unstructured data management company, is launching the StorageMAP File System Assessment Service, an intelligent unstructured data solution that equips users with a comprehensive understanding of their data environment to encourage more informed decision-making. This solution was developed in collaboration with Climb Channel Solutions, as well as other Datadobi partners, as a response to the growing demands of unstructured data.

According to an estimate from Gartner, 80%-90% of data is unstructured and growing at 3x the speed of structured data; furthermore, research from Forbes suggests that 95% of businesses feel that unmanaged, unstructured data is a significant challenge for their enterprise.

“Virtually all [businesses] report an explosion in their unstructured data stores resulting in management difficulties, increasing costs, and escalating risk,” said Michael Jack, CRO at Datadobi. “However, with this new service, our channel partners can now provide their customers with badly needed insight into their entire storage estate, on-premises or in the cloud.”

These insights into unstructured data can aid in mitigating compliance risk and growing costs, according to the vendor. The StorageMAP File System Assessment Service is enhanced by other StorageMAP capabilities launched in its 6.4 software iteration, including Executive Level Reporting and additional detailed reports with the Analytics Module.

“Many of our channel partners want to provide their customers with comprehensive solutions to their unstructured data management challenges but are unable to do so without the time and expense of increasing their service delivery ability,” said Dale Foster, CEO at Climb Channel Solutions. “This is where Climb, combined with StorageMAP, will help. Being non-competitive with our partners, we can help them deliver critically needed services without the partner having to ramp up their own bench.”

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