Daisy’s Nathan Marke on Software and Data as Currency

Nathan Marke introduces software and data as currency hosted by NetApp.

Compare the Cloud attended a private invite-only briefing provided by NetApp with some of their key partners. The general theme was based around how businesses are transforming with the emergence of SMAC – Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud. Various statistics were also demonstrated that showed the audience that indeed Data and the management of is of the utmost importance to any industry together with security.

Further presentations followed with a deep dive into BaaS (Backup as a Service) and how this is helping businesses transform digitally whilst increasing availability and security. Data and time are two of the most valuable commodities that every business try to manage and secure above any other items and NetApp together with some key partners demonstrated how they achieve optimal benefits for both.

Compare the Cloud interviewed the speakers after the event and this is the first video to be released in a series of four, Laurence James, NEMEA Products, Alliances and Solutions Manager at NetApp is up first talking about Data Nuggets and the value of data in your organisation.

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