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By Datavail | On March 27th 2014
Enterprises that outsource their database administration are more likely to respond faster, grow faster, save money and deliver innovative products and services Broomfield, Colo. — March 27, 2014— According to Datavail-commissioned research conducted by Forrester Consulting, the growing trend in outsourcing database administration is here to stay. In fact, 56 percent of respondents to the Datavail study reported that they plan to continue or increase the level of database administration they outsource. In addition to lowering administration costs, the study found that outsourcing can help improve database performance while making database operations more efficient and cost…
By Datavail | On March 20th 2014
Improvement due to automation, simplification and the formalization of database activities led by outsource partners Broomfield, Colo. — March 20, 2014— Research released today by Datavail underscores outsourcing as a viable solution for improving database availability and service levels (SLAs). As per the findings of Datavail-commissioned research conducted by Forrester Consulting, 76 percent of enterprises experienced improved SLAs by using outsourcing to meet some or all of their database management needs. According to Forrester Consulting, a global research and advisory firm, most enterprises strive to achieve improvement in service level performance and uptime, in addition to…
By Datavail | On March 17th 2014
Research conducted by independent research firm uncovers several key business and technology benefits to outsourcing database management Broomfield, Colo. — March 17, 2014— Datavail squashed questions about the financial benefit of outsourcing today by revealing results of a study that confirmed that 68 percent of organizations who outsourced all or part of their database management lowered their administration costs. The findings are based on Datavail-commissioned research conducted by Forrester Consulting, a global research and advisory firm. “The results of this study confirmed…
By Datavail | On March 12th 2014
Datavail Study Identifies Top Five Most Challenging Database Management Issues Facing Organizations Today Performance and data integration top the charts Broomfield, Colo. — March 12, 2014— Datavail has uncovered the top five most challenging database management issues facing organizations today. The findings are based on Datavail-commissioned research conducted by Forrester Consulting, a global research and advisory firm. According to this study, the number one challenge facing DBAs today is performance of critical applications, with data integration issues ranking second. “Consistently, the number one challenge facing DBAs is performance, which is not surprising because they are…