Veritas Technologies, a worldwide leader in enterprise data protection and software-defined storage market will gather global leaders, local customers, partners and industry experts in the upcoming Veritas Vision Solution Day 2018 in Sydney, Australia. The event will be held on November 15 at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour.
As part of a series of more than 20 worldwide events across the globe, the Sydney edition of Veritas Vision Solution Day is designed to address tough data management questions plaguing businesses today, such as, how to manage growing data across an equally growing and diverse IT infrastructure and how to keep pace with compliance in a world of GDPR and improve resiliency in a world of ransomware.
“Today’s digital world runs on data. It is a critical asset for any organisation or business. With exponential growth of data, it is a digital imperative for organisations to make strategic choices around data management and protection strategies – no matter where that data is located.” said Howard Fyffe, managing director, Australia and New Zealand, Veritas. “Our customers will want to extract insights from the data that are so rich and predictive in nature, to make more informed business decisions – all while cutting costs and risks.”
Fyffe added, “The internet age has also created a surge in highly-connected customers with more specific expectations placed on businesses. One of the drivers of customer expectations IDC research has highlighted is making global compliance a brand-level commitment. Companies can differentiate their brand promise through adhering to and reinforcing strong data privacy policies.”
Helping customers discover and implement the right data protection and software-defined storage solutions is the ultimate goal of Veritas Vision Solution Day. The event will enable one-on-one discussion to help customers uncover the possibilities and reap the benefits of a holistic data management strategy.
Vision Solution Day 2018 highlights will include:
• Keynote and presentations from industry thought leaders and Veritas executives:
o David Noy, Vice President, Product Management, Veritas Technologies
o Howard Fyffe, Managing Director, Australia & New Zealand, Veritas Technologies
o Agnes Panosian, Data & AI Lead Technologist, Microsoft
o Mark Jobbins, Vice President, Technical Services, Asia Pacific and Japan, Pure Storage
• Breakout sessions where customers will hear from engineering leaders, product managers and technical sales engineers on data protection, software-defined storage and digital compliance.
• Major event partners:
o Pure Storage
o Hitachi Vantara
o Global Storage
o Tech Data
o Dicker Data
Register here (https://bit.ly/2zCRM8O) today for a conference pass.
For a complete schedule or to register for the Veritas Vision Solution Day in Australia, please visit www.veritas.com/visionsydney or watch our Vision Solution Days video here (https://bit.ly/2RH6fIn).
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