Events

Data Canopy is taking its show on the road! Be sure to catch up with the Data Canopy team while we are in your city or state! This page will be updated often with new events, presentations and more. Be sure to check back to see if we are visiting your area or feel free to contact us for a private meeting.

Events

Date: January 30, 2020
Event: CAPRE’s 2020 Digital Infrastructure Industry Forecast
Location: 1757 – Dulles, Virginia

About Event: Our President, Jen Herson, will be featured on the panel  The Private Perspective: How Have Privately Held Companies Performed And What Are Their Key Priorities for 2020? The industry is evolving with the emergence of new investors and capital sources who seek opportunities in the expanding digital infrastructure universe. As consumption of data is growing at a rapid rate, developers continue to break ground on larger hyperscale data centers, while seeking to resolve the challenge of pushing content to the edge.  If you are active in hyperscale, colocation/MTDC, 5G, telecom or the next generation, you will not want to miss CAPRE’s 2020 Digital Infrastructure Industry Forecast on January 30 in Dulles, VA – adjacent to the epicenter of North America’s data center universe.

Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Time: 11am – 1pm

Location: Tower Point Club, 101 W Main St #300, Norfolk, VA 23510

About: When about 70% of all change efforts fail, the path to digital transformation can be fraught with challenges for many organizations. Companies must overcome limited resources, budgetary constraints, and internal push back in their efforts to transform their infrastructure.

Adam Thomas, EVP for Data Canopy, will present a practical guide for overcoming the issues commonly encountered on the road to digital transformation to help you and your organization.

Date: Thursday, February 27, 2020

Time: 4pm – 8pm

Location: Guinness Open Gate Brewery, 5001 Washington Boulevard, Halethorpe, MD 21227

About: Data Canopy is honored to be a co-sponsor with Telarus as we invite all beer lovers and those who are thirsty for knowledge to join us for a great lineup of providers who will help you grow your business! You will learn about aggregation, data centers, cloud storage, unified communications and contact centers. In addition, we will have a tour of the Guinness Brewery to wrap up our evening! To register, click on the register now button below.

Date: March 20, 2020
Time: 12pm – 1pm ET
Event: A Practical Guide To Digital Transformation For Your Infrastructure
Location: Live Webinar

Overview: When about 70 percent of all change efforts fail, the path to digital transformation can be fraught with challenges for many organizations. Companies must overcome limited resources, budgetary constraints, and internal push back in their efforts to transform their infrastructure. This webinar will offer a practical guide to overcoming the issues commonly encountered on the road to digital transformation to help you and your clients. Join us for this interactive and informative live webinar as we take a deep dive into digital transformation for your infrastructure presented by Adam Thomas, Executive Vice President of Data Canopy.

 

Partner/Agent Webinars

Date: Friday, April 10, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our live webinar will be focused on educating our partners/agents.

What is RTO and RPO? Recovery Time Objective and Recovery Point Objective may sound alike, but they are entirely different metrics in disaster recovery and business continuity management. Calculating your RTO and RPO allows you to plan accordingly with the proper resources, before you need them.

This live webinar will take a deeper dive into RTO and RPO, defining each, and explaining how to help your clients understand how these points are calculated, and how to leverage this knowledge to secure critical data via disaster recovery plans.

Date: Friday, April 24,2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our live webinar will be focused on educating our partners/agents.

Now more than ever, organizations need sound plans for business continuity and disaster recovery to ensure they can weather any crisis or emergency that may come its way. Business continuity and disaster recovery plans, which are both strongly related, will ensure your organization will remain operational after an adverse event.

With organizations facing many challenges from external and internal factors, such as natural disasters and world events, or personnel and leadership issues, all organizations need to cultivate resilience and the ability to keep moving forward.

 

End User Webinar

Date: Friday, April 17, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our live webinar will be focused on educating IT Professionals, CTO, CIO

What is RTO and RPO? Recovery Time Objective and Recovery Point Objective may sound alike, but they are entirely different metrics in disaster recovery and business continuity management. Calculating your RTO and RPO allows you to plan accordingly with the proper resources, before you need them.

This live webinar will take a deeper dive into RTO and RPO, defining each, and explaining how to help your organization understand how these points are calculated, and how to leverage this knowledge to secure critical data via disaster recovery plans.

 

Partner/Agent Webinars

Date: Friday, May 8, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our Live Webinar Will Focus on Educating Our Agents/Partners

Developing a disaster recovery plan for IT infrastructure is key to combatting downtime, but where to start? And how to ensure you’re doing it right so you are prepared should an emergency occur? There are several “gotchas” that can make DR planning onerous, out of budget, or ineffective.

Date: Friday, May 22, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our Live Webinar Will Focus on Educating Our Agents/Partners

Having an accurate idea of your clients’ storage requirements is essential in planning for your disaster recovery plan.
In this webinar, our CTO, Andrew Iwamoto will walk you through how to calculate your clients’ storage requirements.

In this live webinar, we will review:
• Production vs Backup Storage
• Warm vs Cold DR Options
• How to conduct an inventory of your client’s pre-existing environment
• Physical to Virtual Data Storage

End User Webinars

Date: Friday, May 1, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our live webinar will be focused on educating IT Professionals, CIO, CTO

Now more than ever, organizations need sound plans for business continuity and disaster recovery to ensure they can weather any crisis or emergency that may come its way. Business continuity and disaster recovery plans, which are both strongly related, will ensure your organization will remain operational after an adverse event.

With organizations facing many challenges from external and internal factors, such as natural disasters and world events, or personnel and leadership issues, all organizations need to cultivate resilience and the ability to keep moving forward

Date: Friday, May 15, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our Live Webinar Will Focus on Educating IT Professionals, CTO, CIO

Developing a disaster recovery plan for IT infrastructure is key to combating downtime, but where to start? And how to ensure you’re doing it right so you are prepared should an emergency occur? There are several “gotchas” that can make DR planning onerous, out of budget, or ineffective.

Date: Friday, May 29, 2020

Time: 12pm – 1pm

Location: Live Webinar

About: Our Live Webinar Will Focus on Educating IT Professionals, CTO, CIO

Having an accurate idea of your storage requirements is essential in planning for your disaster recovery plan.
In this webinar, our CTO, Andrew Iwamoto will walk you through how to calculate your  storage requirements.

In this live webinar, we will review:
• Production vs Backup Storage
• Warm vs Cold DR Options
• How to conduct an inventory of your client’s pre-existing environment
• Physical to Virtual Data Storage

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