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TMCNet:  Reduxio Launches VMUG Webinar Series on Taking Data Storage, Protection and Management to the Next Level

[September 13, 2017]

Reduxio Launches VMUG Webinar Series on Taking Data Storage, Protection and Management to the Next Level

Reduxio Systems, the innovation leader in unified data storage management and protection solutions for the enterprise, announced today the company is launching an interactive webinar series with VMware User Group (VMUG) that will explore the future of data storage management and protection.

"The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Powered by intelligent machines and services, industry 4.0 is transforming data into the new competitive currency for today's global organizations," said Mark Weiner, CEO at Reduxio. "But, storing, managing and protecting that data to drive greater intelligence and uncover real-time insights has ignited a new challenge and calls for a unified approach and vision."

With this in mind, the 4-part webinar series, "Taking Data Storage, Protection and Management to the Next Level" is designed with a 360-degree view into the topic-delivering three, distinct perspectives:

  • The Subject Matter Expert (SME): A 3rd party consultant or analyst who brings a unique point of view and authority voice on the given topic.
  • The User: Reduxio customers will provide balance to the discussion, bridging the perspectives of the guest SME and Reduxio's views. They will share real-life best practices, and reveal how they are trying to make improvements to the lives of their internal users as well as themselves.
  • The Vendor: Reduxio will invite Technology Partners and Service Providers to provide an inside look into their world, giving the audience an opportunity to see firsthand what Reduxio can do through their eyes.

The overall series will highlight specific challenges aimed at providing best practices and a unified solution for architecting a storage environment in today's digital age. Topics and schedule include:

  • September 14 - To Cloud or Not to Cloud?: Data Protection and Securing Virtualized environments
  • October 17 - Weathering the Storm: How to Handle VDI Boot Storms With Ease
  • November 7 - Simplifying your IT: Automating your Storage using REST API
  • December 6 - A Day in the Life of DevOps: An Inside View in Today's DevOp Shops


Join the September 14 webinar to learn what you need to know about protecting your virtualized infrastructure, including:

  • State of Cloud Adoption according to a McKinsey & Co recent study
  • 2017 Cyber-Threat Landscape based on the Internet Storm Center
  • Why data protection and securing virtualized infrastructure belongs at the top of everyone's list of IT priorities today
  • Pros and Cons of using Cloud as part of your Backup Strategy
  • How other IT Professionals have mitigated their risks & simplified their storage

What: To Cloud or Not to Cloud?: Data Protection and Securing Virtualized environments
When: Thursday, September 14 at 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. CST
Who:

  • John Bambenek, Manager of Threat Systems at Fidelis Cybersecurity / Incident Handler at Internet Storm Center (ISC)
  • Cedric Higgins, Cyber-Security Specialist at Fivesky Networks
  • Dale Warren, Systems Analyst at LINEMASTER Switch Corporation
  • Moderator: Mike Grandinetti, Global Professor of Innovation at Hult International Business School and Chief Marketing and Corporate Strategy Officer at Reduxio

"The ability to recover from a ransomware attack in a matter of minutes, using Reduxio's BackDating is huge," said Keith Worthington, IT Manager, LINEMASTER. "TimeOS provides us with a recovery plan for when that will happen, which I think, is unfortunately, almost inevitable."

For more information and to register for the September 14 webinar, please click here.

About Reduxio
Reduxio is redefining data management and protection with the world's first unified primary and secondary storage platform. Based on the patented TimeOS storage operating system, Reduxio provides breakthrough storage efficiency and performance, and the unique ability to recover data to any second, far exceeding anything available on the market today. Reduxio's unified storage platform is designed to deliver near-zero RPO and RTO as a feature of its storage system, while significantly simplifying the data protection process and providing built-in data replication for disaster recovery. Reduxio is backed by C5 Capital Cloud Partners, Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), Carmel Ventures, Intel (News - Alert) (NASDAQ: INTC) and Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ: STX). Learn more at www.reduxio.com and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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