The Five Steps to Taming Unstructured Multi-Cloud Data

Presented by

Jonathan Calmes, VP of Business Development, Aparavi and Skip Levens, Director, Product Marketing, Backblaze

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Your business generates a lot of unstructured data – and all those files, documents, images, spreadsheets, recordings are the lifeblood of your operation and make up 90% or more of most business data today. With the rise of cloud storage taking and the need to work with company data across multiple kinds of storage, organizations are struggling to manage and retrieve all this data for compliance, historical reference, efficient business workflow and intelligent re-use. In this webinar Aparavi (Aparavi Active Archive) and Backblaze (Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage) will cover five key steps to transforming unstructured content into intelligent, multi-cloud data management to answer your long-term retention and active data management needs. We’ll cover how you can: • Organize your unstructured business data with classification and tagging • Archive it to one or more cloud destinations • Access it to find any file anytime • Move it to the most economical cloud • Prune it based on retention policies Speakers: Jonathan Calmes, VP of Business Development, Aparavi Skip Levens, Director, Product Marketing, Backblaze

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