Leading analyst firm headlines strategic discussions on lowering costs with structured data management and application retirement

PALO ALTO, CA – March 11, 2014 — /BackupReview.info/ —

Registration is now open for an HP Autonomy seminar series that explores database archiving as a vehicle to reduce costs associated with managing structured data.  The seminar series, titled “Database archiving as a key to holistic IT cost savings,” will take place in San Francisco, New York City, and Chicago in March and April.

Gartner Research analysts Sheila Childs and Garth Landers will join HP Autonomy’s vice president of subject matter experts, Brian Weiss, to highlight best practices for reducing data footprint and storage costs, retiring outdated applications, enhancing operational efficiency, and expediting backup performance.

The seminars will also discuss how HP Structured Data Manager (formerly HP Application Information Optimizer) can serve as a key piece of an organization’s information governance strategy.

These small-group sessions are designed for CIOs and senior IT executives who want to:

  • Better manage historical and inactive data.
  • Address their organizations’ bloated data problem.
  • Govern structured data in line with internal and external regulations.
  • Lower IT spend by managing a smaller data footprint and retiring outdated applications.

March 27th, 2014: San Francisco – Westin St. Francis
April 1st, 2014: New York City – Hilton Times Square
April 9th, 2014: Chicago – InterContinental Chicago

For convenience, HP Autonomy will also host an on-demand webinar on this subject that will be available for viewing after March 17, 2015 – http://bit.ly/1idE9P0

A registration form for these seminars is available at: www.seeuthere.com/hp/Autonomy_seminar

Seats are limited, and attendance will be confirmed by follow-up email. Register here for the on-demand webinar.

For more information on HP Structured Data Manager, please visit www.autonomy.com/sdm

HP’s premier Americas client event, HP Discover, takes place June 10-12 in Las Vegas.

About HP Autonomy
HP Autonomy is a global leader in software that processes unstructured human information, including social media, email, video, audio, text and web pages. Using HP Autonomy’s information management and analytics technologies, organizations can extract meaning in real time from data in virtually any format or language, including structured data. A range of purpose-built market offerings help organizations drive greater value through information analytics, unified information access, archiving, eDiscovery, enterprise content management, data protection and marketing optimization. Additional information is available at http://www.autonomy.com/

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