Is unstructured data necessarily a problem?

Unstructured data is a problem wherever there is a requirement for any form of information production. The process of information production refers to creating a set of documents, data or information for litigation, for regulators, for compliance, for internal or external audit, or indeed for anyone who needs to see a set of information satisfying a certain set of criteria.

Moreover, organisations must also be able to make information sets available when requested as part of a data subject access request (DSAR). The growth in the volume of DSARs is causing some organisations particular issues at present.

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