Escape Your Legacy Backup Provider - 3 Steps to a Better Backup Renewal

Date: Wednesday, December 11th at 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET
Duration: 30 minutes

It’s time to re-evaluate your backup infrastructure strategy.

Register now to learn about:

  • Market forces impacting data backup strategies and IT budgets
  • How to know if your renewal is costing you more than modernizing
  • Three steps to better backup, whether you’re six months or one month from renewal


All the details:

Cloud storage costs continue to decline and are now cheaper than data center storage. Couple this with the undeniable move to cloud as enterprises modernize and it’s clearly time to re-evaluate your backup infrastructure strategy.

Join this webinar with Druva Chief Product Officer, Mike Palmer, who will break down the backup renewals process and pricing, and evaluate the pros and cons of legacy on-premises solutions versus SaaS based data protection. If you are paying more than $150/FETB for maintenance, more than $600/TB for hardware refreshes, or spending more than five hours per week administering your backup environment, then you’re likely to gain a more agile and cost-effective solution with a move to cloud data protection.

Register now!

About the presenter:

Mike Palmer, Chief Product Officer at Druva

Mike Palmer has built his career developing and delivering solutions for the enterprise. With experiences ranging from the Fortune 500 (Verizon, Seagate) to VC and PE backed startups (Veritas, Totality, XUMA), Mike has learned how to help companies manage through growth as well as transformation. His skill set and experience have spanned the gamut of functional roles; as a former CMO, CPO and Engineering executive, Mike has in-depth knowledge of operational and financial practices as well as how to take innovation from idea through market introduction.

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