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  • Data Privacy: Learn What It Takes to Protect Your Information
    Data Privacy: Learn What It Takes to Protect Your Information Greg Reid, CEO, InFuture LLC and Rich Lauwers, Information Governance Subject Matter Expert, HPE Recorded: Aug 1 2017 59 mins
    According to recent AIIM research, 31% feel their companies’ data protection is insufficient when it comes to protecting confidential and sensitive information. Additionally, 47% of respondents said their organizations suffered unauthorized disclosure of confidential information of some sort. At the time of this survey, 56% of respondents said they had suffered a data breach, loss, or exposure due to staff in the previous 12 months, compared with 9% from external hacking.

    Yet, 24% of respondents feel that their senior managers do not take the risks of data privacy breaches seriously.

    In this webinar, we will take a close look at what it takes to prepare for all kinds of data privacy regulations – to learn how to protect your data in order to be compliant with regulators or for healthy business practices in general. We will discuss ways to:
    • Identify the data you have
    • Store what you need, and defensibly delete what you don’t – or when you need
    • Encrypt the data you want to keep – and keep it secure
  • Best Practices for Reinventing Your Data Protection Strategy in the Digital Era
    Best Practices for Reinventing Your Data Protection Strategy in the Digital Era Nick Sundby, IDC, Consulting Director and Julita Kussmaul, HPE, Sr. Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Apr 27 2017 46 mins
    Are you prepared to tackle the challenges of the new digital economy? Many organizations have underinvested in backup, running legacy solutions that are unable to keep pace with business demands. An explosive growth of data, increasingly demanding SLAs, new regulations and emerging security threats such as ransomware are putting pressure on businesses to reinvent current backup systems.

    The new digital economy demands an adaptive approach to backup and recovery that addresses the dynamic nature of today’s 24x7 data center.
    Join IDC’s Nick Sundby and Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Julita Kussmaul to discuss best practices for designing data protection to support the era of digital transformation.

    • Learn why legacy data protection solutions and store-everything practices are no longer sustainable
    • Gain key insights that will shape information protection and management in the future
    • Get a step-by-step strategy for rethinking your current data protection process
    • Learn how an adaptive analytics-driven approach to backup and recovery can help you meet the demands of your business
  • GDPR compliance: 7 key questions to consider
    GDPR compliance: 7 key questions to consider David Kemp, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, EMEA Specialist Business Consultant Recorded: Apr 24 2017 59 mins
    Join David Kemp, Hewlett Packard Enterprise EMEA Specialist Consultant and former corporate banker in-house counsel & compliance officer, as he discusses the seven key questions you need to consider for compliance to GDPR, and the opportunity it presents to clean house.
    · What is my readiness status?
    · Where is the information and sensitive PII that will fall under these regulations?
    · How can I cost-effectively respond to legal matters requiring information under my management?
    · How can I best ensure sensitive data is protected, stored and backed up securely?
    · How can I identify information for disposition, in accordance with the “right to be forgotten?”
    · Can I report a breach within the timeline required by the EU data protection regulation?
    · How can I reduce my overall risk profile?
  • HPE Data Protector Virtual Machine Protection
    HPE Data Protector Virtual Machine Protection Uli Wallscheid, Technical Consultant, HPE Information Management, specialist for HPE Data Protector Recorded: Apr 6 2017 61 mins
    Is your IT infrastructure evolving so fast that your existing backup environment can’t cope? Meeting constantly growing business demands with marginally growing budgets is a herculean task that most IT organizations are challenged with. To help close this gap, you need the ability to analyze and visualize the characteristics of your data, the capabilities of your infrastructure, and to continuously optimize how these assets are used while maintaining business continuity and resiliency. Achieving this is only possible when the backup software solution you put in place is reliable, predictable, and smart. With HPE Data Protector your service level expectations in virtualized environments can be met—successfully and cost-effectively!

    Join us for this session to learn how to protect your data in virtualized environments with major hypervisor integrations, tiered recovery options, process automation, and analytics and visualization for virtual environments. Our presenter Uli Wallscheid, HPE Technical Consultant and specialist for HPE Data Protector, will guide you through the supported approaches and explain the most common backup and recovery features for VMware and Hyper-V virtual environments.
  • Developing a Successful Data Retention Policy
    Developing a Successful Data Retention Policy Craig Shogren, Information Governance, HBR Consulting LLC and Rich Lauwers, Information Governance, HPE Recorded: Mar 31 2017 63 mins
    Data retention isn’t easy; legal and compliance concerns, competing schedules, and the complexity of multijurisdictional requirements often drive organizations to indiscriminately assign the longest retention policies to data – meaning, we keep everything…forever!

    The reality is that storage isn’t free, global privacy laws abound, and server clutter impacts business. Yet according to AIIM research, only 15% of organizations have enterprise-wide governance/records management policies, plus 28% with mixed maturity across departments or regions.

    Since you can’t save everything for forever, where do you start the process? How do you find all the policies and regulations needed to factor into your policy plans? How do you decide and prioritize these (possibly) competing requirements?

    In this webinar, we’ll discuss data retention and policy management coping strategies. We’ll share tips and suggestions to help you understand:
    •The challenges with traditional retention policy development
    •The first and last mile of defensible retention and deletion
    •How automation can help connect policy to content
  • Highlights of HPE Data Protector: Current and outlook to next release version
    Highlights of HPE Data Protector: Current and outlook to next release version Uli Wallscheid, Technical Consultant, HPE Information Management, specialist for HPE Data Protector Recorded: Mar 24 2017 62 mins
    Is your infrastructure evolving so fast that your existing backup environment can’t cope? Join presenter Uli Wallscheid, HPE Technical Consultant and specialist for HPE Data Protector, to learn what HPE has to offer with Data Protector, including features and benefits you never knew were available.

    You’ll also get a sneak preview of the next release version and will learn how it addresses the challenges of complexity, cost, and recoverability of today’s information-driven enterprises, with features such as:
    • Added platforms and integrations
    • New Virtualization features
    • Security updates
    • Storage integrations
  • Data retention best practices in the brave new world of privacy
    Data retention best practices in the brave new world of privacy Gavin Siggers, Director of Professional Services, Iron Mountain and David Kemp, EMEA Specialist Business Consultant, HPE Recorded: Feb 28 2017 49 mins
    Broadening privacy regulations strain data retention policies, creating confusion from obtaining consent to the deletion of personal data. In the first of the three-part webcast series, Making Compliance Your Policy, HPE and Iron Mountain experts examine the upcoming European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the best practices that records and information managers can bring to the table for a risk-based approach to privacy compliance.

    This webinar will discuss:
    • How to prepare now for the rigor of the GDPR
    • Implications the GDPR has for records and data retention
    • How to achieve transparency
  • Reduce the cost and complexity of retiring legacy PeopleSoft instances
    Reduce the cost and complexity of retiring legacy PeopleSoft instances Gagan Bhatia, HPE Product Marketing Manager and Ali ElKortobi, Director, Data Protection R&D Recorded: Dec 15 2016 41 mins
    Attend this webinar to learn how HPE’s application retirement solution can help reduce the overall recurring cost of managing legacy PeopleSoft instances by up to 40%.

    The costs of licensing, operational, and skilled resources in maintaining legacy PeopleSoft environments can reach hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. In addition to these costs, organizations expose themselves to various security and privacy risks associated with the improper management of employee data stored in these inactive systems.

    With HPE’s application retirement and archiving solution, you can retire multiple PeopleSoft instances while retaining seamless access to the historical data for compliance and reporting. Built on HPE’s market leading Structured Data Manager platform that relocates inactive data from expensive tier 1 production systems and legacy databases while preserving data integrity and access, you can be confident that the solution is scalable, flexible and secure.

    Join us to hear more about how HPE Structured Data Manager for PeopleSoft Enterprise can help you simplify the retirement of legacy PeopleSoft instances and reduce the cost, complexity and risks associated with managing legacy applications and data.
  • Capstone Directive: Your opportunity for better information governance
    Capstone Directive: Your opportunity for better information governance Richard Lauwers and Patrick Johnson, HPE Recorded: Dec 12 2016 43 mins
    The Managing Government Records Directive, Capstone, may be an ambitious effort to modernize federal record keeping, but if done right, it’s also your opportunity to lay the foundation for broader information governance.

    In this webcast, we’ll discuss what the 2016 and 2019 deadlines mean to your agency, and how to satisfy the key requirements to stay compliant. We’ll cover the basics on retention and disposition, outline the best approaches, and review tools and strategies for successful implementation in your agency. We’ll also demonstrate HPE Content Manager to see how the Capstone Directive can lay the groundwork for efficient records management and information governance.
  • How secure content management helps align information governance and security
    How secure content management helps align information governance and security Rich Lauwers, Information Governance, HPE Recorded: Oct 27 2016 35 mins
    This interactive session will look at how you can leverage the concept of secure content management to support privacy and information security transparently within your information governance program. How can the need for security, business continuity and data protection be balanced with collaboration and productivity expectations to successfully deliver the desired business outcomes for your stakeholders and customers. There will be opportunity throughout the session to share your thoughts and experiences.

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