Webinar | Data Protection—Redefined
This webinar is a part of the EDUCAUSE Industry Insights series.
Data is everywhere. And higher education IT departments have a huge chore to manage and protect your institution’s most valuable asset: data. Most HE IT departments have overarching goals of “simplification” and “cost optimization,” while most users of technology don’t care what it’s built with or how it does what it does. IT departments need to ensure operations run smoothly, securely, and efficiently—whether they have a centralized approach to IT data management or use a managed service provider model to meet their institutions' disparate data needs. And no, simplification doesn’t mean not powerful, not intelligent, or not impactful.
Join this session to learn how to secure against threats before they happen, achieve cost optimization for cloud strategies, and minimize risk and data exposure.
- Secure against threats before they happen
- Achieve cost optimization for cloud strategies
- Minimize risk and data exposure
Senior Manager: Data Privacy, CDW
Dean DangDirector, Enterprise Applications and Services, University of Illinois Chicago
Marissa JulesDirector Architecture & Infrastructure, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jared WhitehurstDirector of Sales, Commvault
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