Use-Case Post-Corona Audit

The coronavirus pandemic caught many companies unprepared for remote work, and they had to implement new solutions such as Microsoft Office 365 or Teams virtually overnight in the spring of 2020 to enable their employees to work (together) and communicate with customers and colleagues from their offices at home. In the meantime, it has become apparent that the often hectic and bumpy installation has led to new challenges. Data was copied back and forth or shared numerous times via different paths and stored in a wide variety of locations. The result: no one knows their way around anymore.

Aparavi’s Deep Intelligence Engine helps companies end data chaos and take back control. Using the integrated search function based on various criteria, you can easily find and retrieve data even if no one knows where it is stored. The classifications and the optimisation function help to reorganise the data in order to restore a clear data structure and to delete duplicate or unnecessary data. At the same time, possible violations of GDPR and other regulatory requirements can be detected and remedied.

Use Case Cloud-Migration

The cloud offers companies many key advantages: easier scalability, greater flexibility and storage space, lower costs and better performance. Those who want to make things easy for themselves migrate all their available company data. This is not always the wisest thing to do, however, especially since storage and data capacity play a decisive role in the composition of migration costs. Therefore, the first step in data migration should be to know your data inside out. Storage vendors and migration service providers may have the tools to move data, but companies themselves need to know what data should go where, and what doesn’t need to be kept at all.

Use Case Sustainability and CSR

As part of their corporate social responsibility strategy, many companies spend a share of their resources on promoting social and environmental projects or making their supply chains and the manufacture of their products more climate- and environmentally friendly. However, today’s digital lifestyle is also having an increasingly negative impact on the environment, by generating high CO2 emissions in the manufacture and use of electronic devices, for example. The increasing volumes of data also need to be taken into account: Data centres already consume around 1 percent of the electricity generated worldwide – in the next 15 years, this figure is expected to rise to 30 percent.


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