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21 Feb 2024

AI, Advanced Analytics, & Cloud Migration: Top Trends in Data Modernization

Protegrity Stand: S16
AI, Advanced Analytics, & Cloud Migration: Top Trends in Data Modernization
  • Data modernization is essential for growth, innovation, and competitive edge in the age of exploding data.
  • The pillars of modern data strategies include integration and accessibility, quality and compliance, and strategic data governance.
  • Modernizing data unlocks the door to AI initiatives, advanced analytics, and cloud migration, leading to improved decision-making and innovative solutions.

AI, Advanced Analytics, & Cloud Migration: Top Trends in Data Modernization 

Let’s dive into a world where data isn’t just growing — it’s exploding — setting the stage for an AI-driven future that’s as exciting as the next sci-fi blockbuster. With innovations like ChatGPT and Neuralink pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, we’re on the precipice of a data revolution. We’re seeing this explosion of data —which is predicted to grow globally to more than 180 zettabytes by 2025 — and how it presents both unprecedented opportunities and formidable challenges. Your business is seeking to scale and harness this data deluge, so the question isn’t just about having data but making that data work for you.  

This is where data modernization becomes not just a strategy but a necessity for your growth, innovation, and competitive edge. 

The Transformative Impact of Data Modernization 

From the customer perspective, we’re seeing modernization happening at lightning speed in the products we consume to the experiences we’re creating with the big market players. But what’s happening behind the scenes is the modernization of data and data processes – and the strategies that got big businesses here.  

But the impact of data modernization extends far beyond technological advancement; it revolutionizes how businesses operate and innovate. This isn’t just about upgrading hardware or software. It’s a fundamental shift in how we view and use data. 

The Pillars of Modern Data Strategies 

To effectively implement the shift in how we view and use data, we need to create strategies that optimize that process. The basic elements of modern data strategies rest on several pillars: 

  1. Integration and Accessibility: Breaking down data silos and making data more accessible allows businesses to innovate and improve customer experiences. 
  2. Quality and Compliance: Maintaining data quality — verifying accuracy, consistency, and reliability throughout its lifecycle—is essential for informed, data-driven decision-making. Equally important is compliance with evolving data privacy standards like GDPR and PCI DSS. 
  3. Strategic Data Governance: Setting the right policies and procedures to manage data effectively and securely is crucial. In doing so, businesses can proactively manage the data effectively and securely across stakeholders and regions. 

The Next Step: Empowering Seamless Data Integration 

This is where we need to begin: by breaking down data silos, we can allow it to flow seamlessly across an organization.  

We call this the first pillar of data modernization.  

By adopting this pillar, you can harness the full potential of your data, turning it into a strategic asset.  

There’s a process to breaking down data silos, which we will cover in the future. But completing this first step kickstarts a seamless integration of data across various platforms not only catapults businesses into a new realm of efficiency and innovation. It also lays the groundwork for leveraging AI and advanced analytics, opening doors to a future where data is the most invaluable asset for growth and competitive advantage. 

Foundational Elements of Data Modernization Security 

While breaking those silos down, it’s imperative to secure and protect the privacy of all your data. Privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs), including encryption and anonymization, protect sensitive information while enabling its use for AI and advanced analytics. Similarly, assuming no entity within or outside the network is trustworthy without verification, adopting a zero-trust approach to security reinforces your data security. These principles are not just add-ons but foundational elements of data modernization, enabling better data privacy and security. 

The Benefits of Data Modernization 

Here’s the honest truth: Data Modernization is the big secret businesses are looking for when it comes to scaling. We see the effects of it every day from businesses who are modernizing, sharing, and accessing their data securely – the right way. But in case you needed a reminder, we’ll hand you the keys to the kingdom and break down what data modernization unlocks the door to:   

  • AI Initiatives: Empowers businesses to leverage artificial intelligence for improved decision-making and innovative solutions. 
  • Advanced Analytics: Provides the framework for more sophisticated data analysis, enabling companies to uncover valuable insights for strategic planning. 
  • Cloud Migration: Facilitates seamless transition of data to the cloud, enhancing accessibility and scalability. 

“Privacy by Design” is a key term in when discussing data modernization, so keep that in your back pocket for later.  

Essentially, though, data modernization emulates “Privacy by Design” into businesses and their processes, playing a significant part in identifying and mitigating risks associated with sensitive data. 

What’s better is it establishes a baseline of persistent data security across the data ecosystem and supply chain, thereby accelerating the utilization of data for AI, analytics, and business intelligence (BI). 

Protegrity: Securing Data, Powering Innovation 

Understanding the benefits and strategic pillars of data modernization is essential, but carrying it out successfully requires the assistance of a secure platform. Protegrity lays the foundation of your data modernization strategy. We help out businesses to provide comprehensive protection across your data ecosystem and supply chain without sacrificing performance, which is crucial for mitigating risks like ransomware. By applying zero-trust principles to data protection, Protegrity ensures that data remains secure while being accessible for innovation and growth. This balance is crucial in a landscape where data security and accessibility often seem at odds.  

Harness the full potential of your data, supporting initiatives in AI, cloud migration, and business intelligence without security concerns.  

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