Cloud Information Management: Transforming How Business Protects Data

Cloud Information Management: Transforming How Business Protects Data

Sponsored by: Druva

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Your company owns a lot of information. A lot. And it’s probably scattered all across the country, or all over the world, on hundreds of servers, desktops, laptops, tablets, and cloud storage applications - so it’s incredibly difficult to manage and protect.

Cloud Information Management makes your information immediately accessible and more visible, regardless of location, allowing greater flexibility to address potential risks and provide increased value to the business across your global data landscape.

Join Faithe Wempen, author of Cloud Information Management for Dummies and Druva’s VP of Product Marketing, Dave Packer, where they’ll highlight the 5 pillars of Cloud Information Management, including:

  • How cloud is delivering a new model for gaining control and visibility over dispersed data
  • How backup and DR in the cloud is delivering better protection and increased data value
  • How to use your data to find trends, anomalies (Ransomware), and ensure compliance
  • Why the cloud offers 65% savings over traditional models
  • And more!

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Faithe Wempen, M.A., is the author of over 140 books on computer technology, including over a dozen in the Dummies line, and an adjunct instructor of Computer Information Technology at Purdue University.


Dave Packer has more than 20 years of experience influencing products in the enterprise technology space, primarily focused on information management and governance. At Druva, Dave heads Corporate and Product Marketing, which serves an integral role leading product definition and direction. Previously, Dave held executive positions at Autonomy Corp., Interwoven Inc., and Silicon Graphics. He was also instrumental in the product and market definition of the first widely deployed mobile device, Tablet PC, while at Uppercase, Inc., (acquired by Microsoft in 2000).