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  • Object Storage: Appliances and Software Defined? How and When to Choose.
    Object Storage: Appliances and Software Defined? How and When to Choose.
    George Hamilton, EMC Object Storage Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Nov 14 2013 63 mins
    Join George Hamilton, EMC Object Storage specialist to learn about purpose-built Object storage appliances - like Atmos and Centera - and software-defined object storage such as the EMC ViPR Object data service that brings object capabilities to multiple EMC and third-party hardware platforms. Learn how to evaluate the different approaches for managing your cloud data and unstructured content today and how EMC’s overall object strategy provide customers with flexibility, choice, and investment protection.
  • NEW Atmos SEC Compliant Cloud Storage with Tighter Security and Control
    NEW Atmos SEC Compliant Cloud Storage with Tighter Security and Control
    Jason Brown Recorded: Sep 9 2013 52 mins
    You asked for it, we delivered it! EMC reinforces its commitment to the Atmos Object Storage Platform with NEW Atmos SEC Compliance via REST, enhanced security features and flexible hardware options for the Atmos 2.1 platform.

    Join Jason Brown, EMC Atmos Product Manager for an in depth tour of these new features, plus a sneak preview of the future of Object Storage.

    •NEW SEC Compliance via REST: SEC 17a-4f compliance standard for REST data
    •Tighter Security and Control: Password protection added to the Atmos system management database to prevent unauthorized access. New ability to define two shared secrets for a single UID.
    •Flexible Hardware Options: NEW G3-FLEX-240 comprised of a single 40U rack with flexible 4, 6, or 8 nodes configurations with a 1:30 server to drive ratio
    •Enhanced administrative, monitoring, and replication enhancements, including UID / subtenant deletion
  • Compliant Cloud Archiving - No Compromise - with EMC SourceOne and Atmos
    Compliant Cloud Archiving - No Compromise - with EMC SourceOne and Atmos
    EMC Recorded: Jun 27 2013 48 mins
    In the past, you had to concede cost, flexibility and cloud in order to gain compliance when archiving. With the release of SourceOne’s REST integration, customers can now store archive information with EMC Atmos (on prem or off prem with service providers), lowering the total cost of storage while maintaining, and even improving, compliance across geographies.

    Customers can enjoy long term retention, compliance and control along with cloud-scale flexibility, cost, and ease of use – without compromise. With SourceOne and Atmos Cloud storage, you can now have your compliance and cost savings too.

    This webcast will explore 3 archiving scenarios:

    •Email: Transparently access archived email that has been flexibly captured to meet the most stringent of regulations as well as personal privacy mandates.
    •SharePoint: Improve efficiencies around both active and inactive content within the application and to the cloud.
    •File Systems: Index data “in the wild” in order to gain knowledge, set policies, and migrate content to Atmos cloud storage.
  • EMC Centera Object-based Storage for Archiving and Long Term Retention
    EMC Centera Object-based Storage for Archiving and Long Term Retention
    George Hamilton, EMC Object Storage Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Jun 13 2013 56 mins
    Trusted by hospitals, financial services firms and enterprises for over ten years, learn how Centera meets the most demanding compliance and long-term retention requirements with a simple to manage, cost-effective, secure object-based archiving platform.
  • Centera Object-based Storage for Archiving and Long-Term Retention
    Centera Object-based Storage for Archiving and Long-Term Retention
    EMC Recorded: Jun 6 2013 14 mins
    Trusted by hospitals, financial services firms and enterprises for over ten years, learn how Centera meets the most demanding compliance and long-term retention requirements with a simple to manage, cost-effective, secure object-based archiving platform.
  • 4 Proven Cloud Strategies
    4 Proven Cloud Strategies
    George Hamilton, EMC Atmos Storage Analyst Recorded: Apr 23 2013 43 mins
    Please join EMC for an Atmos Cloud Webcast. We’ll discuss how customers are deploying cloud strategies today to reduce storage costs by 30-60%. At this Webcast, we’ll discuss:

    •Email Archiving – Set compliant email policies to reduce primary storage costs
    •File Archiving – Automatically tier inactive files to free up tier 1 NAS
    •Back up to the Cloud – One simple way to back up across all storage types
    •Enterprise File Sync and Share – Give users what they want, while maintaining data protection and control
  • Taking Data Protection to the Next Level: Analyst Insights and Sneak Peek Demo
    Taking Data Protection to the Next Level: Analyst Insights and Sneak Peek Demo
    Ashish Nadkarni, IDC Research, Brian Henderson, EMC Corp & Kris Cornwall, EMC Corp Recorded: Mar 26 2013 38 mins
    Join EMC and Ashish Nadkami, research director with IDC, to review the current and future state of disk-based replication and data protection management technologies. Although companies continue to backup and archive data, there has been a rapid increase in the number of companies using disk replication and snapshots as a first line of defense, especially in virtual and Cloud environments. This webcast will provide an overview of the data protection and recovery management market and show how protecting virtual server environments is made easier with advanced replication management tools.

    Join us to see a never-seen before preview of upcoming EMC software product and get your questions answered real-time.
  • Enterprise File Sharing with Syncplicity and EMC Atmos Cloud Storage
    Enterprise File Sharing with Syncplicity and EMC Atmos Cloud Storage
    Frank Murphy Recorded: Feb 7 2013 62 mins
    You'll learn how to achieve a win/win and some high fives in your organization by providing employees what they want – a consumer-like online file sharing experience – while maintaining IT security and control.

    We'll discuss how Syncplicity and Atmos provide:

    Users automated file sync and backup, use one-click file sharing, and access files online and offline across multiple devices, platforms and cloud applications.

    IT administrator’s enhanced control and protection of corporate data assets, with the ability to set, monitor and manage file access and sharing policies to secure corporate data.

    Industry leading Atmos object storage technology, designed to support large multi-site, multi-tenant, active-active environments
  • Live Webcast: The Future of Microsoft Exchange Protection
    Live Webcast: The Future of Microsoft Exchange Protection
    Brian Henderson, AppSync Technical Marketing Manager, EMC & Ernes Taljic, Data Center Architect, Presidio Recorded: Feb 7 2013 57 mins
    On Feb 7th at 12:00 EST, you can see and hear about the future of Microsoft Exchange data protection in Exchange 2013 and beyond on a special live webcast event.

    Join EMC’s Brian Henderson and Presidio’s Ernes Taljic for a glimpse of the future into Microsoft Exchange’s built-in DAG functionality and for a demo of EMC’s AppSync product.

    One lucky attendee will win an iPad – live during the event!
  • Reclaim Tier 1 Storage –  Automate Tiering Inactive Data to Cloud Storage
    Reclaim Tier 1 Storage – Automate Tiering Inactive Data to Cloud Storage
    Frank Murphy, EMC Atmos Technical Engineer Recorded: Jan 31 2013 62 mins
    Join us for a webcast to learn how EMC Cloud Tiering Appliance can scan Tier 1 storage to identify inactive, stale files and automatically archive them from valuable primary storage to low cost EMC Atmos private or public cloud storage:
    -Reduce capital expenditures – Reclaim capacity on tier 1 storage
    -Lower operating expenses - Automate policy-based file movement
    -Improve performance – Shorten back-up windows for less disruption
    -Maintain instant access to data – Files remain visible as if they are on primary storage

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