The next episode of our LinkedIn Live show, Below the Surface, will air next week, featuring an in-depth discussion with experts from Barracuda and Microsoft about the increasing need for a cloud-native backup strategy. The episode will stream live on the Barracuda LinkedIn page on Wednesday, April 7 at 9 a.m. PDT / 12 p.m. EDT / 5 p.m. BST.
Guest host Nicole Napiltonia, VP of Global Alliances at Barracuda, will be speaking with Barracuda’s Tim Jefferson and Nills Franssens of Microsoft. Tim is Senior Vice President, Engineering and Product Management, Data Protection, Network and Application Security, at Barracuda. Nills is Principal Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft, and he worked closely with the Barracuda team on the latest version of Barracuda Cloud-to-Cloud Backup.See how cloud-native backup strategy can help your business #CloudBackupClick To Tweet
Below the Surface is a LinkedIn Live series that features Barracuda leaders and experts and our colleagues across the industry. Past episodes have included the future of work, improving cybersecurity awareness, culture and compliance, advancing women in technology, and more. There is an opportunity for viewers to participate and ask questions through LinkedIn comments.
Nicole, Tim, and Nills will be discussing:
- How cloud-native solution makes a difference for backup and restore
- Common mistakes or misconceptions people have about backing up their Office 365 data
- How the global shift to remote work over the past year has impacted organizations’ backup needs
- How Barracuda and Microsoft teams collaborated on an innovative cloud-native solution
Join Nicole, Tim, Nills and the team Wednesday, April 7 at 9 a.m. PDT / 12 p.m. EDT / 5 p.m. BST on LinkedIn. We would love to see you there!
Can’t make the live broadcast? No problem! Watch the replay below.
Anne Campbell is the public relations manager for Barracuda. She's been with the organization since 2014, working on content and public relations for Barracuda MSP, the MSP-dedicated business unit of Barracuda. She started her career in newspaper and magazine journalism, and she brings that editorial point of view to the work she does, using it to help craft compelling stories.