Practical example of a storage migration

In this practical example of a storage migration, the individual challenges that can accompany a storage migration are explained. The reason for the migration was a simple extinguishing systems test. Read more about how we dealt with the challenges and what lessons can be learned from that for other storage migration projects.

Knowledge Graphs

Knowledge graphs are the main component of the work of our Information Management department. Despite the many possibilities that knowledge graphs offer, not everyone is yet familiar with them. Read this post to find out how knowledge graphs help you speed up your data integration processes and reduce costs.

Generating Lead Information

Customer relationship management in the heavy industry domain is characterized by large customer databases that sometimes lack actionable information such as the business area the client is operating in. Gaining new actionable client information is vital, while manually finding this information is cumbersome…

Pharma Semantic Search

The integration of information from regulatory documents and R&D databases often requires a manual search in various documents and databases. In cooperation with a pharmaceutical company, brox has developed a solution using Knowlede Graphs that enables a simple search in the data…

The Best Practices of Storage Migration Part (3/3)

Often, the company’s IT outsources many tasks associated with a storage migration to an external service provider. Yet the basic to-dos are generally known and are sometimes explicitly included in the companys list of requirements. The details: An analysis…

Storage Migration Pitfalls Part (2/3)

Good communication is one of the key success factors in your storage migration. You should not underestimate the number of processes, departments and people involved. In addition, the many people involved who do not have a background in IT do not always have the technical understanding…

Good reasons for storage migration Part (1/3)

Data volumes seem to be growing inexorably. The Internet of Things and many other technologies are contributing to this. Production processes in companies often have a particularly large share in this growth. But today, it is just as often about analysing customer behaviour in real time…