An exclusive online discussion for IT leaders across Australia & New Zealand.
The Future of Data Protection
Data is critical to businesses. It’s growing exponentially and so is infrastructure! And this data is scattered on-premise, in clouds and backup systems. So how can companies deliver agility with such a growing data and infrastructure sprawl?
- Are companies viewing backup as an insurance policy? What else can be done with data aside from Google searches, testing and development, running analytics and meeting compliance?
- How can companies build an infinitely scalable platform to store petabytes of data such as backups, file shares, analytics, test & dev? Can this infrastructure scale up and down when needed while saving costs? How fast can backup and recovery time be?
- What are the best ways of protecting data and infrastructure from ransomware? Could ransomware attacks be predicted? And in case of a disaster, how long does it take to recover petabytes of data?
CIO at Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network
CIO at Vetlife
CIO at OYA Financial Services
CTO at Shebah Rideshare
CTO at Zinda Matrix
CTO at Greenpeace
CISO at Telstra Health
Head of IT at Intellidesign
Head of IT at Volpara
Head of IT at University of Swinburne
Head of ICT at Electro Optic Systems
Head of Information Management at Medibank Private
Director of ICT at World Vision
Director of Support Services & Engagement at Monash University
Executive Manager of IT at Emergency Services Telecommunications Agency
Manager of Project Services at New Hope Group
Manager of IT Operations at Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu
Manager of IT Portfolio at Kathmandu
Manager of IT at Aurecon
Manager of Information Protection at BNZ
Manager of IT Business Engagement at Melbourne Water
GM of Technology at New Hope Group
IT Service Delivery & Engagement at DP World Australia
11:20 am: Log in of the guests
11:30 am: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Cohesity
11:40 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:40 pm: Discussion brought to a close