Want to take advantage of cloud file-sharing and content management, but concerned about data residency?
You're not alone. With Safe Harbor behind us and GDPR close ahead, it's more important than ever to have the ability to store your sensitive data locally.
With recently announced Box Zones, European organisations can now store their files locally while taking advantage of ease-of-use and administrative tools of the leading cloud content management platform - Box.
Box has partnered with Amazon Web Services to provide scalable and reliable in-region storage in Europe through data centers in Germany and Ireland. This makes Box Zones a great option for organisations that require a simple solution quickly, configurable to address certain data residency concerns for content in the cloud.
Join experts from Box, Amazon Web Services, and IDC to learn how to:
- Identify whether you need in-region storage for your content in the cloud
- Evaluate options and identify requirements
- Justify the investment and ROI of content management in the cloud
- Deploy quickly without compromising usability and governance at scale
- Take independent control of your encryption keys without compromising user experience
Register and watch this webinar to learn how Box can support your needs for global access, while keeping your files local.
Dinah Barrett is the Partner Solution Architect at Amazon Web Services supporting UK and Ireland. Her focus is providing strategic and technical advice to partners, supporting and building successful partnerships and joint solutions which leverage AWS technologies. She has over 15 years experience designing, implementing and supporting highly available systems and solutions. In the past she has led multi-functional teams responsible for product strategy and integration of applications at The Boeing Company, NASA and BAE SYSTEMS. She also supports Women In Technology and Engineering and is an active member of Women in Tech.
Duncan Brown is Research Director, European Security Practice, at IDC EMEA and leads the firm’s security research program in Europe. He specializes in providing strategic advice to his clients, informing and validating their corporate, product, and marketing plans. Brown is an expert in analyzing the security market globally, and led the competitive analysis of the U.K. cyber security market for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS). His list of security-related clients includes enterprises, central banks, government organizations, and security product suppliers and services providers. Brown’s expertise spans the gamut of security topics including incident response, threat intelligence, and global privacy issues. His analysis and opinions are widely sought by industry leaders and investors, while his comments on industry trends and developments frequently appear in the leading business and trade publications.