Risk assessments and retention requirements drive companies to reengineer their data strategy. In order to meet the challenging requisites of regulations and to reduce the total cost of ownership, organizations were recently spending huge efforts in the harmonization and consolidation of IT landscapes.

The exponentially growing data volume and the missing end-to-end view on the information lifecycle constituted the demand for a holistic ILM solution instead of incoherent archiving tools – Our colleagues from Camelot ITLab had a closer look at one of these tools. For further information check out their blog post on SAP ILM Capabilities and how to use them:

This blog post is part of a joint series on ILM. Also have a look at the other blog posts of the series:

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