重新定义 Kremsmuller Industrieanlagenbau KG 的数据移动性
- 平台即服务 (PaaS) - 数据管理平台
Kremsmüller Industrieanlagenbau KG 的首席营销官兼执行董事会成员 Gregor Kremsmüller 表示：“对保证从任何位置、任何时间访问公司数据的现代 IT 环境的需求在几年内急剧上升。”挑战在于安全地共享业务数据。在分支机构（罗马尼亚、俄罗斯、阿布扎比、土耳其）、供应商和客户之间传输数据需要高数据移动性。认识到数据移动性是企业成功的关键因素，Kremsmüller 选择继续与 Hitachi Data Systems 成功合作来构建解决方案。
Kremsmüller 成立于 1961 年，从那时起就代表着工业厂房建设的高品质。该集团总部位于上奥地利州韦尔斯附近的施泰因豪斯，并在奥地利境外拥有许多分支机构和基地。作为一个完整的
“我们知道纯云解决方案存在风险，因为数据通常存储在不同的物理位置。因此，我们非常有意识地决定使用 HCP Anywhere 解决方案，因为所有数据都存储在公司内部的现有 HCP 300 上，作为基础，”Kremsmüller 说。 HCP Anywhere 解决方案是反映所有现代业务需求和为未来做好准备的合理扩展。”没有必要创建额外的容量，因为 Kremsmüller 集团拥有的现有 HCP 300 平台提供了充足的归档容量。
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