Hitachi Data Systems Delivers Industry’s First Object Storage Portfolio with Content Intelligence Capabilities

by November 16, 2016 0 comments

Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., announced Hitachi Content Intelligence, an addition to its existing Hitachi Content Portfolio (HCP), making it the industry’s only object storage portfolio with search and analytics capabilities. The new intelligence solution rounds out the HCP portfolio, which already offers an integrated cloud-file gateway and enterprise file sync and sharing, and improves organizations’ ability to strategically manage data. More than 1700 customers have already adopted HCP as a key component in their digital journey. With Hitachi Content Intelligence, these customers can transform data into relevant business information and deliver it to the right people.

Hitachi Content Intelligence addresses the challenges of exploring and discovering relevant, valuable and factual information across the growing number of data producers and siloed repositories that plague organizations today. By aggregating multi-structured data, Hitachi Content Intelligence enables insights to be surfaced faster, data management and governance to be more complete, and to understand the distribution of organizational data based on its value to the business.

“Hitachi Content Platform has transformed the way we handle compliance investigations and cut the time needed for discovery searches from weeks to hours. Hitachi Content Intelligence is now an important and necessary part of our global compliance monitoring, discovery, and intervention architecture,” said Walter Hendricks, BA, CCEP-I, Business Change Manager, Discovery & Intervention – Compliance Expertise & Operations, Rabobank

Rabobank needed a solution that would be efficient, flexible and comprehensive for current and future compliance investigations. With Hitachi, the bank now gives approved users all the data they need at their desks without having to ask for IT support.

With the integration of Hitachi Content Intelligence, long-standing HCP portfolio customers are able to analyze their endlessly growing amounts of structured and unstructured data without having to turn to a third party.

The National Archives and Records Administration uses HCP and Hitachi Content Intelligence to store, preserve and make accessible their largest and most prominent electronic records collections to include emails, photos, documents and dozens of source applications that have been converted to open formats.

According to Scott Baker, senior director of Emerging Technologies at Hitachi Data Systems, “For today’s enterprises, data is the most strategic asset, and connecting the right people to the right data in a timely and meaningful way is critical to staying relevant and competitive in their market segment. Hitachi Content Intelligence lets customers organize, transform and package organizational data into factual information, making it invaluable to the business.”

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With Hitachi Content Intelligence organizations can:

  • Improve employee productivity and efficiency by creating a standard enterprise search process across the entire IT environment
  • Empower all levels of the organization with a self-service and intuitive exploration experience that includes support for detailed queries and ad-hoc natural language searches
  • Discover new insights, faster and through automated extraction, classification, enrichment and categorization of all of their data
  • Minimize business risk and exposure from data that is inaccessible, dark, while improving the operational effectiveness of the business
  • Optimize existing infrastructure by identifying infrequently accessed data and automate its relocation to a lower-cost object storage tier.

Key features of Hitachi Content Intelligence include:

  • Centralizes organizational data and transforms it into valuable and relevant business information.
  • Connects to and aggregates multi structured data across heterogeneous data silos and different locations.
  • Offers flexible deployment options that include physical, virtual, or hosted (public or private cloud).
  • Handles high degrees of scalability and availability with support for distributed and dynamic cluster sizes that can burst to more than 10,000 instances.
  • Maintains data sensitivity safely and securely by ensuring that only authorized users have access to specified results with integrations to authentication services, document-level security controls, and granular access policies.
  • Delivers personalized and self-service results that are tailored to the individual user or group that accesses the data.
  • Includes extensibility with published application programming interfaces that support customized data connections, transformation stages, or building new applications.
  • Deploys with an intuitive workflow designer, administration tools, and a guided data exploration and search application.

With Hitachi Content Intelligence, organizations can now connect to and aggregate data silos, transform, and enrich the data as it’s processed, and provide analytics across all the data stored on the platform – making it the industry’s only object storage portfolio with seamlessly integrated cloud gateway, file sync and share, and data search and analytics capabilities.

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