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On Demand You can't manage what you can't even see. In these days of continuing data growth, it's becoming increasingly difficult to know what's stored where, and who's got access.

It's not anybody's fault of course - we can squarely lay the blame at the feet of increasingly fragmented IT environments and the propensity of all and sundry to create ever more content.

In this On Demand Webcast we consider some of the challenges caused by the lack of visibility on unstructured data - that is, files, documents and multimedia stored on servers, desktops and other devices.

While there are tools to provide such visibility, they can only get you so far - you're going to need to know what to do with such information, and how to ensure that you address the challenges once and for all. So if you are struggling to know what's where and you want to do something about it, tune in here.

Jon Collins from Freeform Dynamics leads the charge on this event and he's joined by Gil Zimmermann, CEO of Aprigo. Between them, they know a fair amount about these challenges, as you can hear. ®

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