Mike Ruiz, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS, Seyi Verma, Sr. Product Marketing, Druva, Jason Cradit, Sr. Dir.,TRC Companies
Maintaining expensive and diverse backup schemes across a large enterprise requires internal infrastructure management and high costs. Druva and AWS solves this problem by helping companies bring their backup into the cloud.
In this webinar, you’ll see how Druva helped AWS customer TRC Companies Inc. (NYSE:TRR), a national engineering, environmental consulting and construction management firm, to significantly lower their backup costs and storage footprint as well as modernize their overall data protection strategy.
Join us to learn:
•New cloud strategies to reduce costs, improve backup reliability, and recover instantly
•How to reduce your overall storage footprint and consolidate data across multiple sites
•How to realize the benefits of cloud backup
Steven Hill, Senior Analyst - Storage Technologies, 451 Research | Seyi Verma, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Druva
As organization’s storage needs grow and expand geographies, they find that they do not have a comprehensive plan to rapidly recover from a natural disaster, cyberattack, or equipment failure. To make matters worse, companies that rely on traditional backup and recovery solutions are simply not able to keep up with the increasing data needs of today’s enterprise. These systems are overly complex, costly, and don’t scale well with the business.
A comprehensive answer to these data growth challenges is merging cloud backup with disaster recovery (DR). A unified solution that is cloud-native provides unlimited scalability, instant availability, long-term retention, and minimizes the impact on the business in case of a disaster. This seamless manageability and visibility of data across a range of locations and applications is crucial for long-term success.
Join Senior Analyst of Storage Technologies, Steven Hill of 451 Research and Druva’s Senior Product Marketing Manager, Seyi Verma, where they’ll highlight:
- The growing need for updating and improving disaster recovery and data backup
- What factors to consider when building a BCDR plan
- What to beware of when evaluating legacy and hybrid models for backup and DR
- How cloud‐native backup and DR provides immediate failover to minimize downtime and impact
- And more!
Jim Reavis, CEO, CSA | Andrew Nielsen, Chief Trust Officer, Druva
Ransomware has become a major concern for organizations around the globe. The U.S. Department of Justice reports that an average of 4,000 ransomware attacks occur daily. These ransomware attacks aren’t just targeting laptops and other end-user devices either. Servers are equally at risk of ransomware attacks as well. There’s good news though - your backup data can be the difference between being held hostage and easily recovering from an attack.
Join security experts, Andrew Nielsen, Chief Trust Officer from Druva and Jim Reavis, CEO of Cloud Security Alliance to learn:
- The top vulnerabilities exploited for endpoints and servers
- Proactive strategies to protect data before a malicious attack occurs
- How to avoid paying the ransom by leveraging your backup data
With all the news surrounding data breaches and information leaks, it’s often forgotten that the number one way sensitive/confidential information illegally enters the public domain is when employees leave their organization.
In this webcast, learn about how technology can help prevent data from walking out your front door and proactively safeguard employee data required for e‑discovery/compliance.
Register for this webcast and learn how:
- Data archiving software can automatically lock down and ensure data is not removed from the org
- E-Discovery technology can automatically track employee movements and notify legal teams when key custodians leave the org
- Leading organizations are leveraging these types of technology to be more efficient and strengthen data protection efforts
Multi-national businesses must have an endpoint backup strategy that goes beyond simple laptop backup and restore capabilities. Organizations with employees in different regions, under different legal jurisdictions, face more complex and complicated challenges to manage and secure data while enabling user productivity. Policies for privacy, security and governance and flexible assignment of regional data storage access are but a couple of unique needs of enterprises that span borders. Join Druva to learn best practices around rolling out a global endpoint backup strategy. Uncover critical points to consider as well as hints and tips to successfully protect laptop and mobile device data using global policy.
Remote office backup presents numerous challenges, including ever-increasing data volumes, network bandwidth constraints, overtaxed IT administrators and complicated, time-consuming backup processes. Compounding all this is a reliance on older technologies that are inefficient and costly. And the more sites your organization has, the challenges multiply.
It's time for businesses to rethink remote office backup; one that meets data and regulatory retention requirements, is easy to deploy and maintain, and is secure and cost effective. Its time to look to the cloud.
Join backup experts Druva to learn how remote office server backup has evolved. Discover how the cloud offers a new, and in most cases, a better approach. In this session you’ll learn:
- How the latest advancements in cloud storage technology scale globally for enterprises of all sizes
- Why advances in cloud security models are addressing stringent global security and data privacy issues, including data residency requirements and more
- How an 'infinite data snapshot model' combined with cost-optimized flexible retention eliminates traditional vendor restrictions.
Hear real-life use cases of how others are leveraging the cloud for remote server backup. Live Q&A will follow to answer your specific questions.
The proliferation of data on mobile devices has created huge headaches for CIOs as they attempt to protect data, stay in compliance and move workloads to the cloud. How IT approaches data protection for mobile devices can support or hinder these high level efforts. Endpoint backup, traditionally viewed as a functional requirement below the radar of CIOs, is evolving to offer not just data backup and restore, but also a modern way to address costly data governance challenges such as compliance and eDiscovery. This webcast will cover real-world case studies of Fortune 1000 companies leveraging endpoint backup solutions to gain significant business advantages including cost control, compliance and embracing the cloud.
Deepak Balakrishna, Senior Director of Product Management, Druva; Nick Kotterman, Product Marketing, Druva
As a business, concerns over RTO, RPO, costs, security, and data privacy have historically made the decision for cloud backup a complicated one. However, cloud technologies continue to evolve, and can now provide substantial cost benefits while overcoming the most stringent security, data privacy, storage and performance hurdles. This makes it a perfect fit for many backup needs — especially remote office server backup.
In this session we’ll cover:
* The state of the cloud and the latest advancements for D2C server backup
* How security and data storage advancements are addressing key enterprise data privacy concerns
* How to leverage the cloud for remote office server backup and archiving, while significantly lowering storage and administration expenses
Dave Packer, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Druva
In today’s enterprise it’s estimated more than 28% of business data is solely on end-user devices. With 10% of devices being lost or stolen yearly the productivity and financial impact can be significant. Organizations need to assess multiple technologies to ensure they are providing the right level of security, data protection and controls to keep on top of their data, while at the same time not impeding end-user productivity.
Join us to learn how an endpoint data protection solution can aid in mitigating these challenges and avoid the many risks associated with data in today’s anywhere enterprise.
Dave Packer, Director of Product Marketing, Druva; Chris Sherman, Analyst, Forrester
Today almost every employee is part of the mobile workforce, using multiple devices from different locations and creating more data than ever before. This shift in information working habits has led to a significant increase in data sprawl, meaning more data is out in the wild beyond the firewall and out of visibility for the enterprise.
IT is accountable for keeping track of and protecting the enterprises' information assets and users' expectations of immediate data access. Creating a no-compromises solution requires exploring different avenues to managing this data. In this session lear how to address these challenges and extend data visibility and control out to the edge of your organization.
Ed Goldberg, Northeast Utilities; Scott Ream, Virtual Corporation, Inc; Dave Packer, Druva; Craig Mathias, Farpoint Group
With mobile steadily taking over the world, the impact on IT organizations can't be missed. And yet, many forget to ask how this massive trend changes the way we look at BC/DR.
How do you eliminate data loss with users spread across the continents? How does BYOD affect your business continuity planning and preparing for potential disasters? Is the role of cloud in back-up and disaster recovery a liability or an opportunity?
Join a panel of experts as they address these issues and answer your questions in this lively and interactive discussion. Don’t miss the chance to attend live and engage in a conversation with some of the brightest minds in the industry.
Dave Packer, Director of Product Marketing, Druva; Neil Etheridge, Vice President of Product Marketing, Recommind
The dramatic shift towards mobile devices in the enterprise means that everyone today is in some form a mobile worker. Along with this comes the startling statistic that nearly 30% of enterprise data is being solely stored on these devices, decreasing visibility and increasing company data risks. When an impending litigation happens, will you know how to collect and preserve your mobile data? How will you manage this data through the handoff to processing and review without compromising data integrity? With eDiscovery costs continuing to rise, getting on top of your mobile data will be key to lowering expenses and keeping ahead of data risks.
In this session you will hear about:
- How the new frontier of mobility is altering approaches to data governance
- New ways to extend enterprise visibility to data, without disrupting productivity
- The technologies and partnerships forging to address eDiscovery for mobile data
Druva is the leader in converged data protection, bringing data-center class availability and governance to the mobile workforce. With a single dashboard for backup, availability and governance, Druva’s award-winning solutions minimize network impact and are transparent to users. As the industry's fastest growing data protection provider, Druva is trusted by over 3,000 global organizations on over 3 million devices. Learn more at www.druva.com and join the conversation at twitter.com/druvainc.