Reduce your risks by ensuring data compliance with ever-growing policies and regulations, and safeguard your data by creating a centralized repository.
Harness information & stay ahead of the governance curve
High-value information is scattered throughout your organization, making it difficult to govern your data. Onna supports your information governance strategy with a holistic, scalable, and adaptable approach to managing and protecting data, while providing quick access to authorized users.
Maintain consistent governance
Onna extracts insights from multiple sources by enforcing consistent governance policies, automatically applying retention policies to past and future content, and allowing custom policies per source for balanced retention.Customizable data retention policy template
Ensure an accurate record
API-based connections to modern business applications enable the extraction and preservation of both data and metadata, including any edits, deletions, and audit logs for complete defensibility.Unstructured data and the EDRM: Building a defensible strategy that mitigates risk
Know your data
Instantly locate critical information from any location using machine learning capabilities that automatically identify and tag common file types, including passports, driver's licenses, Social Security numbers, and contracts.The cloud data conundrum: How to maximize value and minimize risk
Onna supports your efforts to maintain data compliance with evolving regulations and adhere to mandates such as PCI, GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and other privacy regulations.How to maintain CCPA compliance in the cloud
Don't keep what you don't need
Reduce risks and lower costs by identifying data that falls outside your retention policies, helping you minimize data more effectively.Use it, save it, or lose it: Management strategies for information governance
Always up-to-date information
Configure your sources to synchronize data continuously to the Onna platform, enabling access to the latest versions of all your information at all times.How Dropbox took data collections from 2 weeks to real-time