We are hosting the Kodak Alaris Summit, February 1st and 2nd, 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal. This premier event will be held at the Sana Park Lisboa 4* Hotel and is by invitation only, exclusively for the senior members of our top-tier channel partners. 

See you in Lisbon and let's stay in touch!

Revamped website presents solutions for real life business challenges 

The ever-increasing flood of data, and how we manage it, is one of the greatest opportunities facing businesses and governments in the 21st century. The challenge with big data, other than the obvious fact that it is big, is that so much of it is unstructured. Today, at least 90% of business data – approximately 35 Zettabytes – is unstructured. By 2020, we will be able to fill 8 trillion DVDs with new data each year.

 “The struggle among businesses to extract meaningful information from unstructured data is universal,” said Siddhartha Bhattacharya, vice president, Global Marketing, Kodak Alaris’ Information Management (IM) division. “Data is ubiquitous and is embedded in countless formats. It’s in our email, paper documents, online posts, videos and more. Most of the time it’s free form, in every format except the neatly organized rows and columns of a database. We refer to this as data chaos’ -- the point where the size and growth of unstructured data vastly outpaces structured data, presenting significant obstacles to operational efficiency, responsiveness to customers and profitable growth.”

Please visit our new and totally revamped website for further information. The Knowledgeshare Microsite, that was valid for the EAMER Region only will now be closed. 

See you @ http://www.kodakalaris.com/b2b

Do not miss our Summit and register now!

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Your participation will allow you to interact with the Kodak Alaris Information Management Sales & Marketing teams and our Senior Management ... as well as accelerating beautiful Lisbon and get the first sunshine of the new year.

Come and meet us in Lisbon, which has become an increasingly popular place to visit in the recent yeaars, with a warm Mediterranean climate in spite of its place facing the Atlantic Ocean.