Digital Information Costs Businesses US$1.1Trillion
2012 State of Information Survey provides insights into the value and challenges of information protection for businesses in the Philippines.
Digital information is more valuable than ever to organizations. Think about how many transactions are conducted online, or about the amount of virtual collaboration that takes place. Consider the phenomenal volumes of data businesses store and how critical that data is for day-to-day operations.
Organizations worldwide are spending US$1.1 trillion to manage a massive volume of 2.2 zettabytes worth of valuable digital information. Yet, businesses struggle to protect its critical information effectively.
The Philippine findings of 2012 State of Information Survey will provide insights into how mammoth data stores have grown for both SMBs and enterprises, and how much each group is spending in managing the information. As data storage is expensive, are organizations able to sustain the storage of the huge amounts of information for business continuity?
Symantec executives Luichi Robles, Senior Country Manager, Philippines and Alex Lei, Director, Asia Pacific and Japan will discuss the following in a media event at Manila Peninsula, August 14, 2012.
• The cost in managing the volume and growth of information
• The value of information and management challenges for Philippine organizations
• Consequences of information loss reported by Philippine organizations
• Key struggles in protecting information efficiently
Stay tuned as Taragis.com will cover and give you updates on the results of this event.