Microsoft provides excellent uptime and availability for Office 365 applications, allowing organizations to stay productive anywhere and at any time. But there are a variety of threats that your Office 365 data can be exposed to, and for this reason it’s necessary to have a backup separate from the source that you can recover from.
In this session, you'll hear from industry analyst Archana Venkatraman as she uncovers:
Archana Venkatraman, Research Manager, European Datacenter Research, IDC
Archana Venkatraman is a research manager for IDC’s European Datacenter Research. She covers datacenter technologies including software-defined infrastructures, storage and data management, virtualization, containers, hyperconverged infrastructure, infrastructure performance monitoring, systems management, application development, and cloud services.
Archana also leads IDC’s European thought leadership program on open source technologies. She also contributes to European Digital Transformation, DevOps, Blockchain and IoT research practices.
Before joining IDC, Venkatraman was the datacenter editor at Computer Weekly, the digital magazine and website for IT professionals based in London, where she focused on datacenters, server virtualization, storage, open source technologies, software-defined infrastructures, and cloud computing, liaising with enterprise CIOs and technology vendors to develop deeper insight into the enterprise IT industry. Venkatraman has a master's degree in journalism from Mumbai University.
Archana is based in IDC's London office. Follow Archana on Twitter @archanatweets.
Edward Watson, Global Product Marketing Manager, Veeam Software
In his role, Edward leads the launch and adoption of Veeam’s cloud solutions with a focus on Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Prior to Veeam, Edward worked at a global IT service provider where he helped bring numerous cloud offerings to market. With cloud weaved heavily throughout his career, Edward has a passion for communicating the value of the cloud and inspiring businesses to protect data wherever it resides.