Data to the Cloud: CrashPlan Architecture
Time 10/29/14 03:30PM-04:15PM
Corporate adoption of tablets and smartphones poses new challenges for IT admins in the quest to offer enterprise management capabilities. New machine deployment, software updates, new software distribution and issue resolution all play a part in successful endpoint protection and management. For Tim Winningham at The Ohio State University, these tasks and more are a walk in the quad. Attend this session to hear how Tim reshaped his technology landscape with an endpoint management strategy to not only overcome common BYOD/consumerization challenges related to data protection and security, but also to provide a downright cheery experience for faculty, staff and students.
Tim’s presentation will also cover how his team plans to leverage Code42’s REST API to further empower employees and make it easier to protect user data. Attendees will dive deep into the power of the API with Code42 Enterprise Systems Engineer Mike Bachman’s demonstration of how organizations can tap it to create custom reports, perform automated actions or integrate with existing systems.
In this presentation, you’ll learn how:
• To utilize a framework to enforce software licensing compliance, security standards and energy usage
• To minimize liability via a comprehensive strategy to distribute software, and inventory, patch, provision, update and maintain endpoints
• The Ohio State University streamlined client management with JAMF Software's Casper Suite and vastly improved life for system admins and end users
• To leverage a powerful REST API for customizing reports, automating actions and extending the value of existing business applications and systems
Primary track Cloud Services (Systems Integration & Ownership)
Secondary tracks Trust and Identity