MacTech Conference 2012: Code 42 Special Presentation
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MacTech Conference 2012: Code 42 Special Presentation

Post-Conference. Code 42 Special Presentation:
Protecting Enterprise Information in a Mobile World

Friday, October 19, 2012, 1pm

Right after the close of the conference, codefortytwo software (a Platinum sponsor for MacTech Conference 2012) will be making a special presentation on-site. All conference attendees are invited to attend (space is limited, however, so be sure to RSVP).

In this special two-hour event, Code 42 Software and others will discuss the challenges of protecting Enterprise information. A 2012 Network World survey found that the average cost to enterprises of losses due to mobile-related risks was a whopping $429,000. Everyone recognizes the advantages gained by technological mobility in the Enterprise: increased efficiency, increased effectiveness and reduced time required to accomplish tasks. But at what cost, if critical business information isn’t adequately protected and secured?

Join Andrew Renz–Senior Enterprise Engineer for Code 42 Software/CrashPlan PROe–as he outlines how companies can reap the benefits of a mobile workforce while confidently securing Enterprise information. Renz will share wisdom gained from his experience selecting and/or deploying Enterprise backup solutions for Apple, Oracle, Expedia and Intuit. He’ll also explain how to effectively employ the new capabilities available in version 3 of PROe.

(Oh, yeah–all attendees get free lunch and a gift card for one free year of unlimited online backup for 10 home computers–a $119.99 value!).

Andrew Renz spent six years at Apple IS&T where he architected global NetBoot/NetInstall deployments, software distribution solutions and desktop backup solutions. As a Sr. Enterprise Engineer for Code 42 Software, Renz is instrumental in architecting and deploying global backup and disaster recovery solutions for the Fortune 500.

To RSVP, simply use this form. Space is limited, so don't wait.

Schedule Details

For travel purposes, you should assume this presentation will be over sometime between 3 and 3:30pm (4pm at the very latest).

 
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