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6 Things To Expect From The New Boston Red Sox-Acronis Partnership

Here's a look at six scenarios where the new partnership between the Boston Red Sox and Acronis is expected to make operations faster, easier or more secure for scouts, data analysts or team executives.

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Covering All The Bases

When Randy George first joined the Boston Red Sox in 2002, the team had basically zero technology infrastructure and relied on paper and pen for pretty much everything related to scouting and player development. Seventeen years later, it's a very different story, said George, now the team's senior director of technology operations.

Nowadays, George said clubs like the Red Sox employ their own application development resources and data analysts. And teams are developing their own homegrown scouting and talent development apps rather than procuring third party solutions, according to George.

To help address issues around cyber protection, system imaging, data transport and data access, the Red Sox and Acronis inked a three-year partnership at the start of the current baseball season. Here's a look at six scenarios where the partnerships with Acronis is expected to make things faster, easier or more secure for Red Sox employees.

 
 
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