Hi everyone! I’m looking forward to attending Dell Tech World this year and I’m excited for it to be back in person! I’ve highlighted some sessions that will help you on your data protection journey. Remember, data protection and security are a journey, not a destination. You should always be thinking how to better secure and protect your data.

With all sessions being LIVE and IN PERSON, be sure to engage with the speakers – ask questions, continue the conversations with the presenters and network with your peers. These are the reasons why we enjoy in person events!

First up: Cyber Recovery as-a-Service: Gain Recovery Confidence with the “Three I’s”.
Why? You can’t do cyber security alone. Get with professionals! Go the aaS route. You can’t do all of it aaS, but where you can, do it!

Second: Performance, Security and Innovation at Scale with PowerProtect Appliances.
Why? Appliances are simple and perform like your own aaS offering for your internal customers.

Third: Fortify Your Organization against Ransomware with PowerProtect Cyber Recovery.
Why? Work from home creating a distributed landscape and an unstable political world is two of many reasons to worry about Ransomware. Get a solid plan in place. Remember: it’s not if you are attacked, but when.

Fourth: Deploy Multi-Cloud Data Protection for VMware without Compromise.
Why? We all use VMware so naturally we want solutions geared towards VMware. The relationship between Dell and VMware is extraordinarily strong (Michael Dell is the Chair of the VMware board) so it makes sense to look at the advantages of this partnership.

Finally, get some hands-on experience with these labs:PowerProtect Data Manager
  • Smart Scale for PowerProtect appliances
  • PowerProtect Cyber Recovery
  • vProtect
  • PowerProtect DP series appliances
  • RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines
  • Data Protection Suite
  • PowerProtect DD series appliances
  • APEX Backup Services

I hope to see you at Dell Tech World. Join me in consuming as much as information as we can, seeing old friends and meeting new!




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