WEBINAR

Redefining Data Protection Series

4 New Ways to Tackle Traditional Data Protection Problems

Many organizations are spending too much time on a traditional approach to data protection, ripe with manual processes — and not enough time on strategic, cloud-first initiatives to reduce data risk. Has your organization fallen into the same pattern?  We invite you to join Cloudrise CEO, Rob Eggebrecht, in a webinar where he will share how other organizations have successfully introduced new approaches to data protection, while saving hundreds to thousands of hours of time and effort  

Here is a sneak peek of the topics we will be covering:

1 | Not enough talent or time? Automate.

Fact. Two-thirds of organizations are experiencing, or have experienced, an increased strain on internal IT resources as a result of the outbreak.2
Consideration. There has never been a better time to change the game with your approach to data protection by leveraging automation.  

2 | Data protection considerations for the remote workforce

Fact. Two-thirds of all employees are currently working remotely,1 and 67% of companies expect to support remote work over the long term, an increase from 38% in March.
Consideration. Learn about quick wins for mitigating data risk amidst a remote workforce.

3 | Adopting on-premise and cloud-centric data protection technologies

Fact. 75% of businesses report privacy and data protection in cloud environments to be more complicated than on premises,4 and 84% of businesses say traditional on-premise security solutions don’t adequately protect cloud environments.5
Consideration. Join our conversation about an eye-opening case study where one customer conquered this very issue.

4 | Lack of visibility to critical data

Fact. Only 7% of businesses have good visibility of all critical data, and 58% say they only have slight control.3
Consideration. Learn how simple orchestration and automation methods can change this dismal statistic.

1 Digital Pulse “Coronavirus Survey”, 451 Research, March 2020 | 2 Digital Pulse “Coronavirus Survey”, 451 Research, June 2020 | 3 “10 stats that reveal the changing face if IT security”, Microsoft Industry Blogs | 4 “As the cloud’s popularity grows, so does the risk to sensitive data”, Help Net Security, January 16, 2018 | 5 Cloud Security Report, 2019, Crowd Research Partners

Many organizations are spending too much time on a traditional approach to data protection, ripe with manual processes — and not enough time on strategic, cloud-first initiatives to reduce data risk. Has your organization fallen into the same pattern?  We invite you to join Cloudrise CEO, Rob Eggebrecht, in a webinar where he will share how other organizations have successfully introduced new approaches to data protection, while saving hundreds to thousands of hours of time and effort  

Here is a sneak peek of the topics we will be covering:

1 | Not enough talent or time? Automate.

Fact. Two-thirds of organizations are experiencing, or have experienced, an increased strain on internal IT resources as a result of the outbreak.2
Consideration. There has never been a better time to change the game with your approach to data protection by leveraging automation.  

2 | Data protection considerations for the remote workforce

Fact. Two-thirds of all employees are currently working remotely,1 and 67% of companies expect to support remote work over the long term, an increase from 38% in March.
Consideration. Learn about quick wins for mitigating data risk amidst a remote workforce.

3 | Adopting on-premise and cloud-centric data protection technologies

Fact. 75% of businesses report privacy and data protection in cloud environments to be more complicated than on premises,4 and 84% of businesses say traditional on-premise security solutions don’t adequately protect cloud environments.5
Consideration. Join our conversation about an eye-opening case study where one customer conquered this very issue.

4 | Lack of visibility to critical data

Fact. Only 7% of businesses have good visibility of all critical data, and 58% say they only have slight control.3
Consideration. Learn how simple orchestration and automation methods can change this dismal statistic.

1 Digital Pulse “Coronavirus Survey”, 451 Research, March 2020 | 2 Digital Pulse “Coronavirus Survey”, 451 Research, June 2020 | 3 “10 stats that reveal the changing face if IT security”, Microsoft Industry Blogs | 4 “As the cloud’s popularity grows, so does the risk to sensitive data”, Help Net Security, January 16, 2018 | 5 Cloud Security Report, 2019, Crowd Research Partners