Vendor Panel: Backup and Archiving in the Age of the Cloud

Jeff Boles, Taneja Group; Stephen Aldous, HP; Eric Carter, Riverbed; Mat Hamlin, Spanning; Rick Vanover, Veeam
Backup and archiving in the age of the cloud, where we'll discuss the fundamental challenges and the emerging capabilities that are taking customers down the path of new approaches to data backup and data retention in their on-premise and/or off-premise cloud infrastructures.

The panel will consist of leading thinkers from four vendors that represent the leading innovations for private and public cloud information protection and retention.
Jan 30 2014
62 mins
Vendor Panel: Backup and Archiving in the Age of the Cloud
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  • Presented by: Jeff Boles, Taneja Group; Stephen Aldous, HP; Eric Carter, Riverbed; Mat Hamlin, Spanning; Rick Vanover, Veeam
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