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To be competitive in today’s shifting landscape, organizations need agility and scalability like never before. However, while the amount of data grows exponentially, there is still a continual emphasis on compliance and data governance as regulations around data tighten. This means, businesses need a strategy that will allow for reducing their hardware and software footprint while facilitating easy access to all data when needed.
So, what should be your strategy around the growing amount of email, archive, and legacy tape data?
In this educational webcast, join industry expert, Nick Cavalancia, and Chris Clark, Chief Executive Officer from Trusted Data Solutions, as they discuss:
- The challenge of ever-growing data in a retention-focused world
- The state of storage: How cloud, tape, email, archives, etc. align with current business requirements
- How data transformation simplifies the retention, management, and access to data as the business grows
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Nick Cavalancia has nearly 20 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist and has achieved industry certifications including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE and Master CNI. He has authored, co-authored and contributed to over a dozen books on Microsoft technologies. Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on a variety of topics. Follow Nick on Twitter @nickcavalancia or @Techvangelism.
Chris Clark is co-founder and chief executive officer of New York-based Trusted Data Solutions (TDS), the foremost experts in legacy data management. What started off in 2009 as a project by Clark and his team, quickly catapulted them into IT pioneers with an unparalleled expert reputation in the areas of legacy data management, including back up tape restoration, archive migration, and voice logger retrievals in the context of large e-discovery and compliance initiatives. A tape industry notable, Clark speaks on numerous industry panels and symposiums all over the world and has grown TDS to over 14 multi-continent locations with international HQ’s in Europe and Asia.
Prior to TDS, Clark was the Chief Operating Officer of National Data Conversion (NDC) and has extensive experiences incubating and growing various technology-led organizations in the US, UK, Germany and Eastern Europe. Since the start of his career in the media industry in the early 1980s, he has launched multiple innovative programs, cable channels, networks and media companies in the US and Europe.