Code42 to Keynote MacIT Conference
Company to lead session on protecting and sharing endpoint data
Minneapolis — Mar 25, 2014
Code42, developer of award-winning endpoint data protection and management solutions for consumers, businesses and the enterprise, today announced it will sponsor, exhibit and present at this year’s MacIT conference, the world’s leading conference for deploying Apple in the enterprise. The event takes place March 26 – March 29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Andrew Renz, principal architect at Code42, will present a keynote session titled “Rise of the Enterprise Platform: The New Way to Protect and Share Endpoint Data” on March 26 from 2:00-2:30 p.m. PT. He will provide perspective on how an enterprise platform—where sync/share and endpoint protection converge—delivers incredible value for the business, and how companies can tap into the platform to meet e-discovery and compliance needs.
Prior to Code42, Renz spent six years at Apple IS&T, where he architected global NetBoot/NetInstall deployments and software distribution and desktop backup solutions. Currently, he is instrumental in designing and deploying global data management and protection solutions for Code42’s Fortune 500 customers.
Additional Code42 activities during this week’s MacIT conference include:
- Live demos of CrashPlan, award-winning endpoint backup and data protection, and SharePlan, enterprise file sync and share, in exhibit hall 145 at Moscone Center North March 26 – 27.
- “UI in a Unix World” session presentation by Code42 Systems Engineer Arek Sokol on March 28 from 9:40-10:10 a.m. PT.
- Sponsorship of the Macbrained MacIT meet-up on March 26 from 6:00-8:30 p.m. PT at New Relic in San Francisco. Macbrained.org is a San Francisco Mac and iOS-focused community for developers, engineers and administrators.
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