August 19, 2008 - James Hardie, a leader in fiber cement technology with over $1 billion in annual sales, chose the StoredIQ appliance as the solution for its information management and eDiscovery needs.
We had a very stringent set of requirements for an information management solution, said Steven Killan, enterprise server manager at James Hardie. We wanted much better visibility into why our storage was growing so rapidly, we wanted to move as much data as possible off of our expensive primary data storage, and we needed to automate and enforce our information governance policies.
Shortly after implementation, James Hardie was able to take advantage of the increased visibility that StoredIQ provided across their unstructured data and, for the first time, analyze content storage at a granular level. Moreover, the organization was able to reduce the cost and risk associated with unstructured data and enforce its records retention and deletion policies.
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