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Storage As-A-Service (STaaS) Buyer’s Guide
Today, business and IT leaders are seeing the digital transformation divide emerging: a gap between those organizations who've sprinted ahead and those left behind. Despite significant investment in digital transformation, 67% of CEOs feel they're losing ground, according to KPMG1 while top performers have doubled their profits in the last 12 months, according to McKinsey.2 In a word, digitalization has become do or die.
What's driving this transformation divide? Data. It's the life force of the modern enterprise. Data-first modernization is key to activating next-gen operating and business models that move the business forward faster—across the transformation divide. Unlocking the value of data for supply chains, distribution models, product development, manufacturing, marketing, sales, and more enables you to accelerate decision velocity, speed innovation and time to market, reimagine customer experiences, and improve operational efficiency.
Simply put, data-first modernization shifts the focus from infrastructure-centric transformation to data-centric value creation and elevates data as the preeminent organizing principle of a company. Ultimately, these types of organizations must focus on eliminating the infrastructure management complexity that continues to slow them down. And that's precisely what makes choosing the right STaaS solution so critical.
This buyer's guide is intended to provide advice and best practices for IT professionals looking to accelerate data-first modernization with storage as a service and a cloud operating experience for their on-premises workloads.
1 KPMG 2021 CEO Outlook, KPMG, 2021
2 “The great acceleration,” McKinsey & Company, 2020
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