Heading to Tech Field Day 20 #TFD20
I’m currently sitting in my hotel room in sunny sunny San Jose. Today and tomorrow will be spent finishing off preparations for Tech Field Day 20. This will be my second Tech Field Day event following up from Cloud Field Day 5 in April. #TFD20 is the 10th year anniversary of Tech Field day and with that there is special significance being placed on this event which adds added excitement to the fact that I’m presenting with my fellow Product Strategy team members, Michael Cade and Rick Vanover.
Once again, this is an important event for us at Veeam as we are given the #TFD stage for two hours on the Wednesday morning as we look to talk about what’s coming in our v10 release… and beyond. We have crafted the content with the delegates in mind and focused on core data protection functionality that looks to protect organizations from modern attacks and data loss.
For Michael, Rick and myself we will be focusing on reiterating what Veeam has done in leading the industry for a number of years in innovation while also looking at the progress we have made in recent times in transitioning to a true software defined, hardware agnostic platform that offers customers absolute choice.
The Veeam difference also lies in the way in which we release ready, stable and reliable solutions that are developed in innovative ways that are outside of the norm in the backup industry. What we will be showing on Wednesday, I believe, will highlight that as one of our strongest selling points.
Veeam are presenting at 10am (Pacific Time) Wednesday 13th November 2019
I am looking forward to presenting to all the delegates as well as those who join via the livestream.