Tag: Druva

juku.beats Podcast: Chatting about cloud and endpoint backup with Jaspreet Singh (Druva)

In this Episode I’m with Jaspreet Singh (co-founder and CEO of Druva) and we talk about endpoint and cloud backup. Druva is an interesting startup focused on solving a problem that is usually hard to manage with traditional backup solutions: backup of mobile devices. But there is more, in fact the company offers a lot of innovative features on top of the data collected through backup and, with the recent introduction of Phoenix, it also provides cloud backup for a wider range of devices and services. Enjoy the...

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Taking control of data, not the devices!

Last Friday I was on a Call with Ty Lim (VP of marketing at Druva). We discussed his company and its vision and then, once again I got the confirmation that in modern organizations, controlling devices is less important than managing and controlling data. The landscape You know, the enterprise is broadly distributed now (we can even use the term “dispersed” in some cases): the mobile work force counts for the majority of the users. The number of devices is dramatically growing (3 devices per employee is often the new minimum) and Remote Offices need to be managed in...

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On the road again: Big Data, Storage and Cloud!

It’s not a long time since I was in the US for a conference, and soon I’ll have the opportunity to meet many companies down in the Silicon Valley once again. Some of them are already well known on this blog, others are newcomers, but the great news is that I will collect a lot of useful informations during every meeting and will share them on the blog. The list is longer than usual and all the companies mentioned are developing solutions focused on the hottest topics of the industry: SSD storage, Big Data and Cloud! Avere Systems: NAS...

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