In the past, protecting corporate data was simply a matter of managing the servers in the data center. But in today’s mobile world, the availability of portable devices and the convergence of work and personal lives have caused a pivot in corporate computing. Data creation and storage has shifted to the edge where work is conducted on endpoints—laptops, phones and tablets—and they’re leaving your building every day.
What can IT do to protect endpoint data that lives on the edge?
Join Code42 and featured speaker, IDC Program Vice President Laura DuBois to learn:
About the presenters:
Featured presenter: Laura DuBois—Program Vice President, IDC
Laura DuBois serves as Program Vice President for IDC's Storage practice, which includes Storage Systems, Software and Solutions research offerings, quarterly trackers, end-user research as well as advisory services and consulting programs. Ms. DuBois leads IDC's team of storage analysts responsible for identifying and analyzing vendor strategies, technology, market and customer trends affecting various market segments within the storage industry and data centers worldwide. Ms. DuBois speaks frequently at IDC, industry, and customer events around the world and is often quoted in leading business and technology publications.
Andrew Renz—Principal Architect, Code42
Andrew is a senior enterprise engineer with expertise in selecting and deploying global backup and disaster recovery solutions for the Fortune 500, including Apple, Oracle, Expedia and Intuit. Prior to Code42, he spent six years at Apple IS&T where he developed global NetBoot/NetInstall deployments, software distribution solutions and enterprise desktop backup strategies.