MeetTheCEO: Cloud Daddy’s Spencer Kupferman

As businesses migrate more of their data and applications to the cloud, a more comprehensive and mature disaster recovery implementation is required. Cloud service providers have built a base layer of data protection capabilities that focus primarily on enabling recovery from hardware failure, but the reality is that most recovery requests today stem from a cyberattack or from human error. As a result, cloud services need some help in the form of intelligent and granular search and tagging, as well as management capabilities such as the ability to schedule snapshots and apply retention policies.

Cloud Daddy’s CEO, Spencer Kupferman joins Storage Switzerland for a discussion regarding how the trifecta of increasing and more sophisticated malware attacks, regulatory oversight of data, and the shift to cloud are changing the face of the disaster recovery market. Register now to be sure you hear his perspective on why capabilities like simplified and centralized oversight of backup and replication jobs and cross-region backup and restore matter in today’s data protection paradigm.

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Senior Analyst, Krista Macomber produces analyst commentary and contributes to a range of client deliverables including white papers, webinars and videos for Storage Switzerland. She has a decade of experience covering all things storage, data center and cloud infrastructure, including: technology and vendor portfolio developments; customer buying behavior trends; and vendor ecosystems, go-to-market positioning, and business models. Her previous experience includes leading the IT infrastructure practice of analyst firm Technology Business Research, and leading market intelligence initiatives for media company TechTarget.

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