4 Lessons IT Pros Have Learned From Managing ​Outdated Endpoint Backup

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Aimee Simpson of Code42, Shawn Donovan of F5 Networks, and Kurt Levitan of Harvard University

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Today's organizations face complex challenges as a result of exponential data growth and rapidly evolving ​cyberthreats. Furthermore, as companies move to cloud, it's inevitable that technologies will need to be replaced -- and what may have worked five years ago is no longer a viable solution for today's mobile workforce. In this session, you'll hear​ from IT professionals at F5 Networks and Harvard University, as well as​ a Code42 expert​ as they ​discuss: - Why all endpoint backup isn't created equally - How outdated or insufficient backup solutions leave you with gaps ​that put user data at risk - ​​What technical capabilities you should ​look for in your next ​backup solution About the speakers: Aimee Simpson is a Solutions Marketing Manager at Code42 where she helps internal audiences understand what’s happening in the category and influences product decisions through customer and market research. She has always worked in the technology industry, having launched her career at the data storage company Compellent Technologies. Shawn Donovan is a Windows System Engineer at F5 Networks where he works with a variety of Microsoft enterprise technologies as well as other products such as Cisco Ironport and Code42 backup solution. Kurt Levitan is a Technical Architect at Harvard University where he is responsible for designing and implementing technology solutions, and leading a team of system administrators who provide endpoint management services for the university

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