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Hitachi Content Portfolio Adds Content Intelligence Capabilities

Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., has announced Hitachi Content Intelligence, an addition to the Hitachi Content Portfolio (HCP). 

Rounding out the rounds out the HCP portfolio, Hitachi Content Intelligence aims to help organizations address 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 multistructured data, the company says, Hitachi Content Intelligence enables insights to be surfaced faster, data management and governance to be more complete, and allows organizations to understand the distribution of their data based on its value to the business.

Hitachi Content Intelligence lets customers organize, transform and package organizational data into factual information, said Scott Baker, senior director of Emerging Technologies at Hitachi Data Systems. With data today being recognized by enterprises as their most strategic asset, he added, the ability to connect the right people to the right data in a timely and meaningful way is critical to staying competitive. 

According to the company, with Hitachi Content Intelligence organizations can improve employee productivity and efficiency by creating a standard and consistent enterprise search process across the entire IT environment, and also provide all levels of the organization with a self-service data exploration experience that includes support for detailed queries and ad hoc natural language searches. It can also help to minimize business risk and exposure from data that is inaccessible, dark, or has been lost, and can help to optimize existing infrastructure by identifying infrequently accessed data and automating its relocation to a lower-cost object storage tier.

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

For more information, go to HDS.com.



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