Paula Long to speak at Structure 2015

One thing is clear when you consider technology’s future: tomorrow’s data center is data-driven. This theme is present in the conversations we have every day with our customers, as they look for data patterns and insights that can reduce security risks and improve bottom lines. It’s also a key focus of the Structure 2015 conference, which will take place on Nov. 18 and 19 in San Francisco.

During the conference, interactive sessions and workshops will explore cloud, networking, storage and security trends that improve the return on investment (ROI) of the modern data center. Paula Long, DataGravity CEO and co-founder, will participate in a Structure panel moderated by Barb Darrow, senior writer at Fortune Magazine. The panel will educate conference attendees about best practices and advice for securing private data in modern organizations. Participants will also share tips for avoiding common security mistakes, and warn audience members about behaviors that can inadvertently expose companies to serious risks.

In August of this year, following a conversation with Paula, Darrow wrote:

“Security experts agree that security has to happen at every part of a company’s IT infrastructure … endpoints, the network itself, storage arrays. One thing is certain, the attacks and attackers keep evolving so defenses must do the same.”

If you’re planning to attend Structure 2015, you can listen as the panelists continue this conversation and build on it with actionable tips. The session, titled “Everything you need to know about data security,” takes place on Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 4:45 p.m. PT.

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Jeff Boehm

Jeff Boehm

Jeff Boehm was the vice president of marketing at DataGravity for 2 years. Jeff brought more than 20 years of experience with a rare combination of marketing skills, organizational leadership and technical background to DataGravity, having shaped the BI and search markets working for industry pioneers and disrupters.