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  • 3 Steps to a Self-Serve Media Archive with Archiware and Backblaze B2
    3 Steps to a Self-Serve Media Archive with Archiware and Backblaze B2
    Marc Batschkus, Archiware and Skip Levens, Backblaze Recorded: Dec 6 2018 25 mins
    A great media archiving solution gives you peace of mind knowing that your content is securely stored, and can easily scale to any size you need while easing the pressure on your local storage. And, ideally your users can use it themselves.

    This webinar will show you a demo of the three steps it takes to install and configure a media archiving solution using Archiware and Backblaze. You’ll see how your media archive transforms from files and folders on a server to a web-based, searchable and previewable catalog that can be used by everyone on your team.
  • 3 Steps to Making Your Cloud Media Archive ‘active’ with iconik and Backblaze B2
    3 Steps to Making Your Cloud Media Archive ‘active’ with iconik and Backblaze B2
    Mike Szumlinski, Cantemo and Nilay Patel, Backblaze Recorded: Nov 20 2018 30 mins
    Do you have terabytes of video sitting in a Backblaze B2 bucket, or project files and content trapped on USB hard drives in the closet, waiting to upload it to B2?

    Cantemo’s newest iconik cloud-based asset management service is here - and works seamlessly with Backblaze B2. iconik allows your media files stored in B2 to come alive, for less than $100/user/month.

    In this webinar you’ll see a demo of the three simple steps to get up and running with iconik and Backblaze B2. You’ll see how your content can be easily searched, filtered, sorted and previewed all from a web browser, from anywhere. Also, we will show how AI is used for automatic metadata creation and how this all works with editing tools like Adobe Premiere.
  • Ransomware: Getting ready for the next wave
    Ransomware: Getting ready for the next wave
    David Gugick, CloudBerry Lab and Andy Klein, Backblaze. Recorded: Sep 12 2018 47 mins
    It has been over a year since the ransomware attack known as Wanna Cry first struck fear into businesses, organizations, and individuals around the globe. While ransomware attacks have leveled off since then, it is only a matter of time before the next wave of ransomware takes advantage of an obscure or newly found vulnerability. One prediction suggests that there will be a ransomware attack on businesses every 14 seconds by the end of 2019. But, ransomware is only effective if regular backups are not kept. Join CloudBerry Lab and Backblaze as they show you how easy it can be to protect your data and your organization from falling victim to the next wave of ransomware.
  • [Ep.18] Founders Spotlight: Gleb Budman, CEO, Backblaze
    [Ep.18] Founders Spotlight: Gleb Budman, CEO, Backblaze
    Gleb Budman, CEO and Co-Founder, Backblaze and Kelly Harris, Senior Content Manager, BrightTALK Recorded: Aug 1 2018 47 mins
    This webinar is part of BrightTALK's Founders Spotlight Series, where each month we feature inspiring founders and entrepreneurs from across industries.

    In this episode, Gleb Budman, CEO and Co-Founder of Backblaze, will share his behind-the-scenes insight into what it's really like to found a tech startup.

    Backblaze delivers astonishingly easy and low-cost cloud storage and cloud backup services. They currently store over 600 petabytes of data for customers in over 150 countries and have won a spot on Deloitte's Fast 500 list three consecutive years.

    Gleb is founder of three companies, leader in two startups from pre-launch through acquisition, and a seasoned executive. He is on a mission to make storing data astonishingly easy and low-cost.
  • How to optimize on-premise to cloud workflows for digital media
    How to optimize on-premise to cloud workflows for digital media
    Dave Clack (CatDV) and Nilay Patel (Backblaze) Recorded: Jul 18 2018 60 mins
    Creating today’s media requires a media asset management (MAM) system to be flexible enough to handle projects ranging from small in-house efforts to those requiring a global workforce. Traditional (MAM) systems that utilize on-premise server and LTO based media assets are often slow and inflexible when faced with a global cloud-based workforce. The result - costs rise, margins shrink, and deadlines are missed. Join Cat DV and Backblaze as they walk you through the details on how you can have on-premise to cloud-based media workflows that cost effectively deliver the flexibility you need to work locally or globally.

    CatDV has provided its pioneering media asset management suite to creative and business teams since 2003. Backblaze B2 is affordable, high performance, cloud storage used by thousands of organizations around the globe.
  • 3 Easy Steps to replace LTO with Backblaze B2 in Veeam
    3 Easy Steps to replace LTO with Backblaze B2 in Veeam
    Max Kolomyeytsev, Director of Product Management, Starwind and Nilay Patel, VP of Product and Sales, Backblaze Recorded: Jun 6 2018 34 mins
    Are you using tape jobs in Veeam? Backblaze B2 has supplanted LTO as the least expensive storage to archive your Veeam backups. Backblaze B2 is now being adopted by many customers who are choosing to abandon LTO. Aside from saving money and eliminating on-premise tape infrastructure, this backup strategy allows you to automatically practice a 3-2-1 backup strategy and quickly recover VMs in the cloud, too.

    Join this webinar to see how Starwind’s Storage Gateway of Backblaze B2 allows you to continue using your current Veeam tape jobs with B2 without changing any Veeam processes!
  • Avoid Invaluable Media Loss with eMAM & B2
    Avoid Invaluable Media Loss with eMAM & B2
    Dave Miller, eMAM. Nilay Patel, Backblaze Recorded: May 24 2018 28 mins
    Any organization that creates rich media under tight deadlines and budget constraints knows the pain of losing data. Learn how using eMam and B2 together can help you avoid losing access to your valuable media through misplacement, accident, or hard drive failure. Backblaze B2 provides a permanent, secure, low-cost cloud archive that can grow with your needs. The eMAM media asset management system can work locally or in the cloud to provide you with proxy copies to search, find, use, and share your media. With the combined solution, you can manage your media from anywhere with any connected device, delivering it however and wherever it may be needed. You can save money on expensive storage systems and time lost in finding or reshooting media. Rest assured, your media will always be protected and accessible with an eMAM managed Backblaze B2 archive.

    The webinar will be 30 minutes followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.
  • Preserving Austin City Limits
    Preserving Austin City Limits
    James Cole, KLRU-TV and Andrew Klein, Backblaze Recorded: Mar 16 2018 28 mins
    KLRU-TV, Austin PBS created Austin City Limits 43 years ago and has produced it ever since. Join us as we interview James Cole of KLRU-TV as he gives us an insider’s look at the process they used, and the challenges they faced, in preserving the Austin City Limits catalog for future generations. James will tell us how they were able to capture and restore over 4,000 hours of aging videotape, combine it with their existing digital library, and preserve their one-of-a-kind content using the B2 Fireball and B2 Cloud Storage.
  • Backblaze for Business Demo
    Backblaze for Business Demo
    Sona Patel, Backblaze Recorded: Feb 16 2018 18 mins
    Spending too much money and time on computer backup for your company? Join us to see how you can get automatic, unlimited data backup for just $50/year per Mac or PC client. Learn how easy it is to manage your backups with our flexible administrative console. With our Group Management functionality you can map your backups to your organizational needs. In addition, you will see how easy it is to back up and store data for Windows servers, Linux servers, or NAS devices for just $5/TB/month. Sign up today to learn more.
  • Backblaze Hard Drive Stats for 2017
    Backblaze Hard Drive Stats for 2017
    Andrew Klein (Backblaze) Recorded: Feb 9 2018 43 mins
    It’s time for our 2017 Hard Drive Stats year-in-review. This past year we added 10TB and 12TB drives to our cache of nearly 100,000 hard drives. This gives us over 500 petabytes of customer data under management. We’ll start with looking at the failure rates of all of the drives we’ve used since we started keeping the stats in 2013. Then we’ll cover 2017 and look for trends over the years. We’ll finish up by comparing the failure rates of our 8 TB consumer drives and our 8 TB enterprise drives. Join us.

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