Episode 1- A Focus on SaaS applications

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Datapac, in conjunction with global technology leader Datto, are pleased to invite you to this first in a series of webinars exploring the protection of data wherever it may live. Episode 1 commences with an examination of data protection considerations surrounding the use of SaaS applications.

The benefits of moving to the cloud outweigh the risks but could you survive if all your data was lost? There is an easy way to protect your cloud data – SaaS protection.

This event will cover why we need to talk about SaaS protection, the threat landscape facing cloud based businesses today and how simple it is to ensure your data is protected.

Join industry experts Kevin Hall, Datapac and Adam Salley, Datto for this 30 minute webinar that will explain how you can rest easy in your move to the cloud.

Kevin leads the Datapac Infrastructure and Cloud Services Team. Kevin joined Datapac in 2006 and has over 16 years’ experience in the industry. His expertise includes the design, implementation and support of Microsoft Solutions with a specific focus on server, storage and messaging technologies both on premise and in the cloud.

Adam heads the sales enablement for Datto’s Continuity Portfolio across EMEA, spending most of his time presenting at both Datto’s internal events and partner events. The focus of his career to-date has been protecting and enabling SMB’s through channel partnerships, in the delivery of education and technology. Over the past 9 years he has worked in the technology sector, he spent the first 6 years with Fujitsu and joined Datto in 2016, progressing through Sales, and Sales Management to his current position.


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