Build Data Maps in Minutes
With a couple of clicks, automatically create or update your data map across your entire enterprise
Maintain always-on data inventories
Automatically populate data inventories from a diverse range of data sources
Bring together disparate sources of data
Role-based visualizations provide actionable insights tailored to your specific business needs
Unmatched speed and accuracy
Our low deployment footprint won't slow down your networks
Drill down dashboards
Generate real-time, up-to-date dashboards with outputs to leading BI tools including Tableau and PowerBI
Continuous regulatory compliance
Automation rules ensures that your data map meets security and privacy requirements with a complete audit trail
Robust data health scores
Scoring data based on factors such as stale and redundant gets you to the root of the problem quickly
Wrangling data into compliance is impossible if you don’t understand all your diverse data sources and data types. Data mapping helps catalog the types of data your company manages, how it’s collected, what it’s used for, and where it’s stored.
File shares, Exchange, OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams and more. Not seeing the repository you need listed? Just ask – we’re always adding moreApply Now
We can handle millions of files an hour. Depending on licensing and configuration, the inventory can be maintained in a near-real time state or it can be set to more relaxed monitoring according to your business needs.Apply Now
Active-Inventory is deployed in a scalable multi-tenant environment which ensures that all interfaces and data are secured using Microsoft’s industry-leading Azure cloud security services.Apply Now
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P3: The Project Privacy Podcast The Podcast That Helps You Understand The Evolving Data Privacy Landscape “Organizations have really lacked a way of dealing with data in the wild…” Sound like a familiar struggle? As the amount of data and information collected and stored...