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You’re invited: Veeam shares latest trends, practices in cloud data management

25 Oct 2019

No man is an island, and no data manager can take advantage of the developments in availability without contact with other industry professionals.

IT professionals who share their learnings and move forward together have much to gain as cloud data management continues to evolve rapidly.

With this in mind, Veeam is having its annual tour around Australia and New Zealand where it shares the latest trends, best practices, and real-life use cases.

Data managers have heard Veeam’s announcements and updates from their partner-user conference this year.

This is your opportunity to get up close and personal with Veeam’s experts for some in-depth discussion on the new products, ask questions on how they could work in your use case, and watch live demos of the products.

VeeamON Tour seminars will be held in Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Wellington between November 7 and November 20.

The sessions are designed to help data managers

  • Bring enterprise‑grade instant recoverability to business‑critical applications
  • Migrate, protect and restore data across multi‑clouds
  • Fend off ransomware attacks
  • Subdue CIO fears with the right Cloud Data Management strategy
  • Drive true business continuity
  • Meet governance and compliance in any cloud

Headlined by key Veeam executives, VeeamON Tour is a premier event for data managers wanting to keep their finger on the pulse of today’s cloud data management imperatives.

Systems engineering head Nathan Steiner and his colleagues will present a technology keynote at the seminars.

Steiner is focused on the alignment of strategic business goals with technology strategy and execution plans and has championed numerous product development strategies, go-to-market tactics and enhanced regional revenue growth.

With extensive experience in technology, he specialises in a variety of areas, including mainframe security, infrastructure transformation, virtualisation, networking, mobility desktop and application virtualisation, data protection, data availability and cloud.

VeeamON Tour dates and locations are:

Perth, Australia

November 7

2.30pm - 6pm

QT Hotel

133 Murray Street, Perth WA 6000 Australia

Melbourne, Australia

November 13

2.30pm - 5.30pm

Intercontinental Melbourne

495 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia

Brisbane, Australia

November 14

2.30pm - 5.30pm

Pullman Brisbane King George Square Hotel

Corner Ann &, Roma St, Brisbane City, QLD 4000 Australia

Wellington, New Zealand

November 20

2.30pm - 5.30 pm

Intercontinental Wellington

2 Grey Street, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand

Register now to reserve your spot:

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