I landed less than an hour ago at Dulles after four days of big ideas, presentations, and announcements at VeeamON 2014 in Las Vegas. I’m still digesting everything I learned, but I wanted to share a few key takeaways for Veeam partners and end users. While the presenters and keynote speakers had great stats and insights, these three takeaways play into a larger theme: usability and accessibility.
In the wake of the most recent news from Google that nearly 5 million emails and plain text passwords were leaked on a Russian website, the chatter around data safety and cloud security has never been higher. With several very public “hacking” cases over the last several weeks and months (namely JPMorgan, Apple’s iCloud, and Home Depot), many people are asking themselves and their cloud providers the same questions: “How do I protect my data? Is the cloud safe? What can I do to ensure this doesn’t happen to my business?”
After months of development, planning and review, we’re happy to announce that we’ve launched our new website! We were due for an update, and made improvements that enhance customer usability and navigation with in-depth explanations. The new site also gave us the opportunity to clearly communicate our core purpose: to provide the most insightful, expert level services to solve our customers' technology platform challenges.