Well, shame on me for waiting until now but I want to alert you to a webcast tomorrow (January 29) at 1 PM ET. I'm looking forward to this even though I had nothing to do with it. UPDATED: The webinar happened today and I'm told there will be a replay link by tomorrow so please check it out.
Mark Peters is a Sr Analyst with ESG and my former boss (now my boss' boss) Craig Nunes are going to talk about the future of storage. I've had the pleasure of spending some time with Mark and enjoyed a wonderful curry dinner in downtown London with him a couple of years ago that was the best Indian food I've ever had.
Here's a link to register for the webcast tomorrow.
Next week, I'll host another HP TechCast on February 7th at 1 PM ET with my co-host @Geekazine Jeffery Powers. Our topic will be the changing nature of backup and archiving. Out special guest will be ESG Sr. Analyst (and data protection expert) Jason Buffington. For our webcast, I have a calendar item you can download. Be sure to join us!
I'm down to my last question as we get ready to head to HP Discover in Frankfurt. I'd like you to leave a comment below on what is your biggest challenge around information protection. If you leave a comment (and follow a few other rules I'll have below), I'll have an HP Storage t-shirt sent to you. Easy, no?
As we continue to get ready for HP Discover (yes, I'm just a little excited about it!), you can stay in touch with what is happening at our hp.com page: www.hp.com/go/storage/NextEra. You can also register for our announcement webcast by clicking on the "Mark your calendar" graphic.
SNW Europe just wrapped up today and I'll have a few podcasts over the next several days from there. The first is with my European colleague Chris Sopp. Chris is a European product manager for data protection and on the first day of SNW, he did a presentation titled "Introduction to Data Protection" that was surprisingly well attended. In this podcast, we talked about why so many people attended an intro session.