The Big Data Bang, Time in your Car, and High-Speed Transfer Potential – Part Two

If you are anything like the rest of us, you will probably start by opening your laptop and then typing your location and destination into Google Maps. You may be surprised that Route 66 no longer exists. Next, check the various routes from point A to point B that snake across the country on interstates and multilane highways. Then hop in your 887 HP 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder and get going.
If the point of your trip is to take that once-in–a-lifetime cross-continental road voyage you wish you had time for, choosing the fastest route to your destination is probably not ideal. You might miss out on the roadside attractions, the wonderful landscapes of taking the scenic route, and the relaxation that comes from a leisurely pace. All well and good, if you are on vacation.
But in the business world, data doesn’t get time off. The faster your data reaches its destination, the better. Your data has to work for you and as such, there is no value gained from a side trip or a rest stop when speed and reliability actuate the bottom line.

3. The Potential of Speed
The solution to the compound problem of moving bigger files and denser data sets may be high-speed transfer protocols. However, there exists a market gap when it comes to file acceleration software. While many companies claim that their own proprietary fast-transmission method is quick, just how fast is fast enough when it comes to meeting business demands associated with big data and keeping ahead of continual data inflation?
Furthermore, how can you guarantee reliability in delivery, integrity, and connection resilience within the framework of a globalized digital economy? Factor in the need to optimize bandwidth usage for everyday business functions with the prevailing nature of extraordinary distances across multiple networks and connection types, and the management of data flows at high velocity becomes more challenging than ever.
Most high-speed file transfer solutions can greatly improve business velocity by delivering data assets faster than traditional digital methods, such as a plain FTP server or analog methods like overnighting a hard drive. On the other hand, the potential of an optimal high-speed file transfer solution extends beyond the ability to outperform the old ways of doing things in myriad ways. Consider the following benefits:
• Reduce risk through more reliable delivery techniques
• Increase competitiveness through faster availability of key data assets
• Recover from operational challenges more quickly
• Reduce these transfer errors
• Exceed more stringent service-level agreements with your customers
During the big data bang, dealing with bigger data, larger files, and more complex challenges in moving data has led to innovation. At the forefront of handling the new reality for facilitating high-volume data flows, companies with expertise in moving the world’s business data, have developed high-speed data transfer solutions to easily execute large file transfers more quickly than ever.
For more information on how Cleo Jetsonic can power your organization’s data transfer initiatives with the security, speed, and ease of use, visit
Joe Dupree leads marketing for Cleo. Joe’s early career included leadership of commercial software development teams and progressed into product management, product marketing, marketing communications, and company strategy. Click here to email him.