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Jad Abumrad is the host and creator of Radiolab (radiolab.org), a public radio program broadcast on 524 stations across the nation and downloaded more than 9 million times a month as a podcast. Most days, Radiolab is the 2nd most popular podcast, just behind This American Life.

In 2002, Abumrad began tinkering with an idea for a new kind of radio program, an open-
ended radio “laboratory.” Radiolab has since evolved into one of public radio’s most popular programs. Abumrad hosts the program with Robert Krulwich and also serves as its lead producer, composer and managing editor.

In 2010, Radiolab was awarded the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award and 2011 Abumrad was honored as a MacArthur Fellow (also known as the Genius Grant). In 2015 the Radiolab episode ‘60 Words’ was awarded a George Foster Peabody Award. In June 2016 Abumrad premiered a new Radiolab spinoff, More Perfect, a series about untold stories of the Supreme Court.

Alongside his radio work, Abumrad continues to work as a composer and remixer. His music is currently being performed across the country.

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Guest Keynote: Jad Abumrad

Thursday, May. 4, 8:30 AM. Jad Abumrad is the host and creator of Radiolab (radiolab.org), a public radio program broadcast on 524 stations across the nation and downloaded more than 9 million times a month as a podcast. Most days, Radiolab is the 2nd most popular podcast, just behind This American Life.

Brian Krebs is best known for his coverage of profit-seeking cybercriminals. His interest grew after a computer worm locked him out of his own computer in 2001.

He worked as a reporter for The Washington Post from 1995 to 2009, authoring more than 1,300 blog posts for the Security Fix blog, as well as hundreds of stories for washingtonpost.com and The Washington Post newspaper, including eight front-page stories in the dead-tree edition and a Post Magazine cover piece on botnet operators.

But you didn’t really want to read my resume, did you? What most people want to know is how I got into computer security, and whether I have a technical background in the field. The short answer is “by accident,” and “no,” respectively. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from George Mason University in 1994, and at the time I wasn’t much interested in computers, although I had programmed a bit on an Apple II and spent quite a bit of time visiting online bulletin boards as a kid. It wasn’t until 2001 — when my entire home network was overrun by a Chinese hacking group — that I became intensely interested in computer security. I had been monkeying with a default installation of Red Hat Linux (6.2) on an old Hewlett-Packard system, because for some reason I had it in my head that it would be fun to teach myself how to turn the spare computer into an oversized firewall [ah, the irony]. That is, until the Lion Worm came around and locked me out of my system.

Twice. After that incident, I decided to learn as much as I could about computer and Internet security, and read most everything on the subject that I could get my hands on at the time. It’s an obsession that hasn’t let up. Much of my knowledge about computers and Internet security comes from having cultivated regular and direct access to some of the smartest and most clueful geeks on the planet. The rest I think probably comes from a willingness to take risks, make mistakes, and learn from them.

In 2014, Krebs published a book called Spam Nation: The Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime – from Global Epidemic to Your Front Door, which went on to win a 2015 PROSE Award.

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Closing Keynote: Brian Krebs

Thursday, May. 4, 1:30 PM. Brian Krebs is best known for his coverage of profit-seeking cybercriminals. He worked as a reporter for The Washington Post from 1995 to 2009, authoring more than 1,300 blog posts for the Security Fix blog, as well as hundreds of stories for washingtonpost.com and The Washington Post newspaper, including eight front-page stories in the dead-tree edition and a Post Magazine cover piece on botnet operators.

Joe brings to Code42 more than 20 years of leadership and a proven track record with high-growth software companies. He has a broad experience base in delivering software and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions to enterprises across numerous industries. As president and CEO of Code42, he drives the company’s strategic direction and oversees all operations.

Prior to Code42, Joe was chairman and CEO of Eloqua—a SaaS business—where he recruited and led the team that grew Eloqua’s revenue from $11M to $125M in just six years. Joe led Eloqua’s successful IPO in 2012 and subsequent sale to Oracle for $957M in 2013.

Prior to Eloqua, Joe was president and COO of iDefense, a VeriSign company, where he was responsible for all company operations. Before joining iDefense, he served as president and CEO of e-Security Inc. and president and CEO of eGrail. Joe began his career in brand management where he worked on the Coca-Cola brand and the Mr. Clean brand at Procter & Gamble.

Joe currently serves on the board of directors of public companies Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD) and Dealertrack (NASDAQ: TRAK), and private companies TrackMaven and Plex Systems. Joe also serves on the not-for-profit board, First Focus Campaign for Children.

Joe received his M.B.A. from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University where he was a Fuqua Scholar. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University. When not hard at work, you can find Joe cheering for the U.S. National Soccer Team, his beloved Blue Devils or the hapless Washington Redskins. Joe is married with four children.

Speaker Sessions

Opening Keynote Session

Wednesday, May. 3, 8:30 AM. Attend the Evolution17 opening keynote to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne, and other leaders, speak about what's next for Code42 and the product innovations ahead.

Evolutionaries Award Ceremony and Networking Reception

Wednesday, May. 3, 4:00 PM. The Code42 Evolutionaries recognize the achievements of Code42 customers—celebrating the unique deployments, successful adopters, best-practice makers and innovative users of Code42.

Closing Keynote: Brian Krebs

Thursday, May. 4, 1:30 PM. Brian Krebs is best known for his coverage of profit-seeking cybercriminals. He worked as a reporter for The Washington Post from 1995 to 2009, authoring more than 1,300 blog posts for the Security Fix blog, as well as hundreds of stories for washingtonpost.com and The Washington Post newspaper, including eight front-page stories in the dead-tree edition and a Post Magazine cover piece on botnet operators.

John taps more than 20 years of experience in software development and motivating teams to lead the company’s endpoint data protection and security product direction. Before joining Code42, John worked for a Minnesota-based venture research firm where he used a lean startup approach and predictive analytics to develop business assets in technology and health care. Prior, he led software development efforts at Microsoft for eight years and co-authored the popular technical book, “XML Programming Bible, 3rd Edition.” In his free time, you’ll find John hiking mountains with some or all of his six sons.

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Opening Keynote Session

Wednesday, May. 3, 8:30 AM. Attend the Evolution17 opening keynote to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne, and other leaders, speak about what's next for Code42 and the product innovations ahead.

Karen has built customer success programs for world-class brands like Adaptive Insights, Oracle and Eloqua—where she managed Customer Success teams and post-sale customer functions. By focusing teams on tech adoption and customer satisfaction, Karen helped Eloqua, an Oracle acquisition, more than triple revenues over four years and expand sales to its existing customer base.

Prior to her role as SVP of Global Account Services at Eloqua, Karen served as global VP of Professional Services for SuccessFactors, where she ramped professional services team and revenues through a successful IPO. Out of the office, Karen boats, cycles and enjoys the outdoors with her family.

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Opening Keynote Session

Wednesday, May. 3, 8:30 AM. Attend the Evolution17 opening keynote to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne, and other leaders, speak about what's next for Code42 and the product innovations ahead.

Ann taps into more than 17 years of enterprise technology marketing and business development experience to drive marketing strategy for the company’s award-winning endpoint data protection and security solutions. Previously, she led product management for Rimage/Qumu Corp.’s Signal online publishing software, and was a Principal Product Director at Oracle. Ann has extensive experience in enterprise content management, enterprise portal and Enterprise 2.0 software markets, and holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Wisconsin.

Speaker Sessions

Opening Keynote Session

Wednesday, May. 3, 8:30 AM. Attend the Evolution17 opening keynote to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne, and other leaders, speak about what's next for Code42 and the product innovations ahead.

Evolutionaries Award Ceremony and Networking Reception

Wednesday, May. 3, 4:00 PM. The Code42 Evolutionaries recognize the achievements of Code42 customers—celebrating the unique deployments, successful adopters, best-practice makers and innovative users of Code42.

Vice President of Product Management Vijay Ramanathan leads Code42’s Product Management and Design teams to help create innovative and compelling products and solutions for customers. Vijay brings more than 18 years of experience in product strategy, product management, product development and quality assurance.

Prior to Code42, Vijay worked for Oracle where he most recently led product management for the WebCenter Content product suite. Before Oracle, he worked at Stellent in product management and engineering roles helping build market-leading content management products.

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The Latest of Code42: A Crash Course on Version 6.0

Wednesday, May. 3, 10:30 AM. Learn about the newest capabilities added in version 6.0, and leave with a better understanding of where and how to optimize your deployment.

Issara leverages his 20+ years of broad enterprise technology experience to help Code42 customers meet the rapidly evolving demands of today’s modern workforce. He works directly with enterprise IT and security teams to address challenges in endpoint security and data protection.

Prior to Code42, Issara spent time in various leadership and delivery roles at Oracle/Stellent, helping their customers realize value from the WebCenter Content product portfolio.

Issara holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota and is an active alumnus of the Minnesota High Technology Association.

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How to Implement Site-based Bandwidth Management

Wednesday, May. 3, 3:00 PM. This is a must-attend session for any customer whose users are distributed across multiple sites or geographies. We'll explain how you can configure Code42 to dynamically adjust data transfer limits based on device network.

Jadee Hanson, CISSP, CISA, is a security professional with more than 13 years of experience. Jadee’s passion for security was born out of a computer science internship and developed into a profession with her first role at Deloitte. After 5 years and a lot of travel, Jadee’s consulting experience led her to Target Corp. where she spent 8 years on its security team, building many of the security programs and functions that exist today. Currently, Jadee is the Director of Security at Code42. In addition to her day job, Jadee is also the founder and CEO of a nonprofit, Building Without Borders.

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Understanding Intellectual Property Leak–And Why Your Business Should Care

Wednesday, May. 3, 2:00 PM. IT and Security pros have gone to great lengths to protect corporate data. But when it comes to protecting against data leak, most time and money is spent on protecting regulated data--not the data that's most unique to your business: your Intellectual Property. In this session, we'll discuss the latest information on both accidental and malicious insider threats and demonstrate why IP protection deserves greater business attention.

Fahad Aziz Ansari, CISSP, is a principal architect at Code42 on the Customer Acquisition team. Fahad has been with Code42 for more than 4 years and has been instrumental in providing user-driven, secure solutions for his customers utilizing Code42 technology. Fahad’s recent work has led to an increased focus on utilizing continuous backup and restore to drive efficiency in device refresh process. Prior to Code42, Fahad worked with Oracle as an enterprise architect and helped customers align IT with business goals and objectives. When not working, Fahad enjoys spending time with his family and traveling.

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Best Practices for Performing Data Migrations with Code42

Wednesday, May. 3, 3:00 PM. Data migrations are a constant IT project, but with Windows 10 plans in the works, Code42 customers have one more reason to ensure their optimizing their migration workflows. Join the session to hear best practices for performing device replacements, and real-life experiences from customers.

Michelle Trombetta is a director of product management at Code42 focused on developing tools and features to unlock the value of customer data. She brings nearly 20 years of experience in product development and management, solution design, process improvement, and thought leadership. She has a passion for using technology as an enabler of business growth, problem resolution and organizational change.

Prior to Code42, Michelle worked as a senior director of product management with UnitedHealth Group, and a senior consultant with Computer Sciences Corporation. When she isn’t dreaming of a new product idea, Michelle enjoys travel, photography, greasy cheeseburgers and time with her husband and two dogs.

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Defending Legal Hold: How the Collection & Preservation Process Works

Wednesday, May. 3, 2:00 PM. If your legal team has questions about how Code42 handles data, you'll want to attend this session. We'll discuss why preserve-in-place legal holds are more proactive than traditional methods, and demonstrate how files are handled throughout the collection and preservation process. You'll walk away with a better understanding of how Code42 supports the defensibility of your company's legal hold procedures.

Arek Sokol is a Principal Architect with Code42 who brings 16 years of experience architecting, engineering, implementing and developing solutions for the enterprise. He made a mark in the Mac community as a many-time speaker at the Jamf national user conference and MacTech as well as started the communities MacBrained and IT Think Tank in the San Francisco Bay area.

Prior to Code42, Arek was a Senior Client Engineer at Genentech and Salesforce where he engineered and developed several solutions to better manage and secure thousands of Mac and iOS devices. When Arek isn’t helping companies save time and money implementing Code42, he’s likely out kayak fishing or hiking around Mount Tamalpais with four rigged fishing poles in search of the elusive bass.

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Best Practices and Procedures for Performing Silent Installs

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. Are you planning to extend your Code42 deployment to additional users? Consider a silent install process to minimize end-user and IT burden. In this session, we'll cover several strategies for performing silent installs, as well as best practices for a successful deployment.

Charles Weatherhead, CISSP, is a senior systems engineer at Code42 on the Customer Success team. With more than 12 years of experience in application development, enterprise content management consulting and endpoint data security, Charles is passionate about providing customers with solutions that meet their needs and solve real-world problems.

Prior to Code42, Charles worked for IBM as a Java programmer and for Oracle as a principal consultant for enterprise content management solutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematical computer science and two Java certifications.

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Tips & Tricks for Maintaining A Healthy Code42 Environment

Wednesday, May. 3, 1:00 PM. Wish you knew how to avoid costly mistakes and help desk tickets? Attend this session to learn best practices for optimizing the health of your environment, as well as tips to troubleshoot the most common problems customers experience.

How to Answer Your Top 4 Reporting Questions

Wednesday, May. 3, 10:30 AM. Looking to take advantage of the Reporting web app but don't know where to start? In this session, we'll demonstrate how to pull the data needed to answer four of your most common reporting questions, and discuss how that data can be applied to assist other business processes.

How to Answer Your Top 4 Reporting Questions

Wednesday, May. 3, 2:00 PM. Looking to take advantage of the Reporting web app but don't know where to start? In this session, we'll demonstrate how to pull the data needed to answer four of your most common reporting questions, and discuss how that data can be applied to assist other business processes.

Duane is a Senior Trainer and Instructional Designer at Code42 with more than 25 years of experience in training and developing certification programs across many industries—telecommunications, financial services, storage and storage networking—including technical certification programs for both QLogic and Imation. Duane is passionate about bringing practical learning to the technical classroom to maximize the learner experience.

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Code42 6.Xpert

Tuesday, May. 2, 8:00 AM. Take a deep dive into the latest Code42 product release! In this course we will discuss and utilize new features introduced in Code42 platform version 6.0. This session will be of particular interest to those who have previously completed a Code42 education course or who have a high level of experience with Code42. Topics will include organization compliance settings, device bandwidth management, Code42 Security Center and user interface upgrades. Level: Intermediate

Code42 6.Xpert

Tuesday, May. 2, 1:00 PM. Take a deep dive into the latest Code42 product release! In this course we will discuss and utilize new features introduced in Code42 platform version 6.0. This session will be of particular interest to those who have previously completed a Code42 education course or who have a high level of experience with Code42. Topics will include organization compliance settings, device bandwidth management, Code42 Security Center and user interface upgrades. Level: Intermediate

Molly is a senior training manager at Code42. With more than 16 years of experience in industry-leading technical training programs she is committed to delivering an exceptional customer experience for our class attendees.

Prior to Code42 she spent 9 years between Compellent and Dell, Compellent was acquired by Dell in 2011, where she led the North America delivery team and was responsible for Dell Education Services enterprise global operational readiness. Outside of work at Code42 you’ll find Molly enjoying lake activities year round.

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Code42 Education Hands-on Lab

Thursday, May. 4, 9:30 AM. Want to play with the latest version of CrashPlan? Stop by to experience it live.

AJ LaVenture is a senior solutions consultant and professional services technical lead at Code42 with a focus on delivering success to the customer. AJ brings more than 9 years of consulting, implementation and customization expertise.

Prior to Code42, AJ was a solutions consultant working on developing solutions for the Oracle Middleware Stack of products. He attended St. John’s University in Minnesota where he earned his Bachelor of Arts with specializations in computer science and communications.

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Using the Code42 API to Automate 2 Business Workflows

Wednesday, May. 3, 10:30 AM. If you have a basic understanding of the Code42 API and are ready to apply that knowledge to your own environment, you'll want to attend this session. We'll dive into two specific ways you can use API scripts to accomplish your business objectives.

Intro to the Code42 API: What It Is & Why It Matters

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. If you haven't explored the Code42 API, you're limiting the possibilities of your deployment. Attend this session to gain a basic understanding of the Cod42 API, including its calls and capabilities.

Charlie Farmer is a senior solutions consultant with Code42’s Professional Services team, leveraging more than 12 years of IT experience supporting enterprise companies. With a unique focus on both end-user engagement and infrastructure integration, he works with some of Code42’s largest customers to create sustainable and supportable environments.

Prior to Code42, Charlie worked in Medtronic’s global operations center, supporting network operations and ensuring the reliability of life-impacting services. When he’s away from the office, he enjoys playing bluegrass music and playing his extensive collection of board games.

Speaker Sessions

Best Practices and Procedures for Performing Silent Installs

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. Are you planning to extend your Code42 deployment to additional users? Consider a silent install process to minimize end-user and IT burden. In this session, we'll cover several strategies for performing silent installs, as well as best practices for a successful deployment.

Using Code42 & Windows USMT to Migrate User Profile Settings

Wednesday, May. 3, 2:00 PM. User profiles are what give devices a personalized feel, but when lost in the migration process, productivity suffers. What if you could give users a brand new device without losing their backgrounds and shortcuts? Attend the session to learn what settings constitute a user profile, how to back up profile settings, as well as how to apply them to a new device during migration. You'll walk away having seen a step-by-step tutorial for transferring both data and profile settings.

Jen Schmitz is a senior product manager at Code42. She is passionate about delivering products that fulfill customer needs and improve their daily processes.
Prior to Code42, Jen worked in the financial, travel and retail industries where she held roles that focused on incorporating user experience into an organization’s product strategy and execution.

Speaker Sessions

How to Implement Site-based Bandwidth Management

Wednesday, May. 3, 3:00 PM. This is a must-attend session for any customer whose users are distributed across multiple sites or geographies. We'll explain how you can configure Code42 to dynamically adjust data transfer limits based on device network.

Matthias Wollnik brings more than 15 years of storage and security experience to Code42’s product team. Before joining Code42, Matthias worked in a product role at CrowdStrike, a leading cybersecurity company. Prior, he drove a variety of security and storage technologies at Microsoft in its Windows and Windows Server divisions. Matthias has a passion for technology and building products to make the lives of customers better.

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What Your Security Team Would Like to Know About Endpoint Monitoring

Thursday, May. 4, 12:30 PM. Interested in Code42 Security Tools but worried you don't have all the details you need to make the case? Attend this session to understand the tech behind endpoint monitoring, and learn how to start the conversation with your Security team.

How to Use Endpoint Monitoring to Identify IP Loss & Theft

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. The perfect session for any company experiencing mergers, acquisitions or routine employee off-boarding. Attend this session to understand how Code42 Security Tools can be applied to your M&A and employee off-boarding workflows. We'll also cover best practices for identifying risky behavior, and share examples of how endpoint monitoring has already protected Code42 customer IP.

Mason is a senior product manager at Code42. With more than 16 years of experience in industry-leading technology, Mason brings a unique ability to identify market and industry trends and forecast impacts on technology managers and buyers.

Prior to Code42, Mason worked with Imation as a regional sales manager and product manager and with Seagate Technology in product management and finance. When not in the office you’ll find him spending time with his family, on the golf course or playing basketball.

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A Deep-dive into Code42 Cloud Security Architectures

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. Has your cloud strategy changed since you purchased Code42? If you're interested in exploring the benefits and considerations associated with each cloud deployment model, attend this session for a tutorial on how each architecture works. Plus, walk away with an understanding of how you can switch cloud architectures--now or in the future.

How to Implement Site-based Bandwidth Management

Wednesday, May. 3, 3:00 PM. This is a must-attend session for any customer whose users are distributed across multiple sites or geographies. We'll explain how you can configure Code42 to dynamically adjust data transfer limits based on device network.

Alex Matheson is a Senior Trainer and Instructional Designer at Code42 with a focus on developing a robust and flexible on-demand curriculum. Alex brings more than 20 years of industry-leading technical training for both the classroom and online.  

Prior to Code42, Alex worked in training development and delivery for various high-tech companies including Imation, QLogic and IBM. When not in front of or behind the camera, Alex evaluates new technologies and methods for making training more meaningful, engaging and timely.

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Code42 Foundations

Monday, May. 1, 1:00 PM. Code42 Foundations will begin with fundamental client and end-user information especially applicable for help desk personnel and administrators new to Code42. Following the end-user experience, instruction will progress to an Administration Console review and an examination of Code42’s global administration configurations, focusing on how to define default backup settings and configure organization settings such as offered destinations and security policies. This session will include a mix of lecture and hands-on lab exercises. Level: Beginner (new Code42 administrators)

Client Customization and Directory Services

Tuesday, May. 2, 1:00 PM. Identity management within Code42 is vital to wide-scale deployment. At the same time, as IT administrators, it’s important to make end users' lives as easy as possible by having software preconfigured to your organization’s specifications. In this education session we will discuss and utilize Code42’s integrations with industry-standard directory services LDAP and SSO as well as cover ways in which admins can preconfigure the Code42 client installer prior to rollout, including co-branding and field pre-population. Level: Intermediate to advanced

Client Customization and Directory Services

Tuesday, May. 2, 8:00 AM. Identity management within Code42 is vital to wide-scale deployment. At the same time, as IT administrators, it’s important to make end users' lives as easy as possible by having software preconfigured to your organization’s specifications. In this education session we will discuss and utilize Code42’s integrations with industry-standard directory services LDAP and SSO as well as cover ways in which admins can preconfigure the Code42 client installer prior to rollout, including co-branding and field pre-population. Level: Intermediate to advanced

Kyle is a principal architect on the Customer Success team at Code42, with expertise in selecting and deploying global backup and security solutions for the Fortune 500. Kyle brings 20 years of technology experience in backup and recovery, content management and software implementation.

Prior to Code42, he was was a member of the Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team where he worked with customers to architect and implement Oracle WebCenter Portal and Content solutions. When not in the office, you’ll find Kyle camping, traveling and spending time with his family.

Speaker Sessions

How to Use Endpoint Monitoring to Identify IP Loss & Theft

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. The perfect session for any company experiencing mergers, acquisitions or routine employee off-boarding. Attend this session to understand how Code42 Security Tools can be applied to your M&A and employee off-boarding workflows. We'll also cover best practices for identifying risky behavior, and share examples of how endpoint monitoring has already protected Code42 customer IP.

Using Code42 & Windows USMT to Migrate User Profile Settings

Wednesday, May. 3, 2:00 PM. User profiles are what give devices a personalized feel, but when lost in the migration process, productivity suffers. What if you could give users a brand new device without losing their backgrounds and shortcuts? Attend the session to learn what settings constitute a user profile, how to back up profile settings, as well as how to apply them to a new device during migration. You'll walk away having seen a step-by-step tutorial for transferring both data and profile settings.

Nick Olmsted is a systems engineer with Code42 who brings 14 years of experience architecting, implementing, and developing technology solutions for enterprises. Nick started with the Professional Services team implementing solutions at some of Code42’s largest clients. He moved into a systems engineer role to help new and existing customers learn how Code42 can help unlock the value of their data.

Prior to Code42, Nick was a solutions architect for Oracle applications in Fortune 500 companies througout the globe. When not helping customers, Nick likes to watch movies, play soccer and enjoy walks with his two Australian shepherds.

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Using Code42 to Reduce the Legal Hold Burden

Wednesday, May. 3, 1:00 PM. The process of collecting and preserving Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is critical to Legal's e-Discovery process--and a burden on your team. In this session, we'll walk through how to use Code42 to perform a preserve-in-place legal hold in minutes. We'll also discuss how customers are using Code42 to protect data during litigation and integrate with e-Discovery software.

Mike is a Systems Engineer on Code42’s Customer Success team where he applies his product expertise to help customers achieve optimal value from their Code42 purchase. Mike has more than10 years of experience with various technology companies, including one of the largest data recovery companies in the world.
Outside of work, Mike enjoys playing PC games with friends, meeting new people and relaxing at home.

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How to Answer Your Top 4 Reporting Questions

Wednesday, May. 3, 10:30 AM. Looking to take advantage of the Reporting web app but don't know where to start? In this session, we'll demonstrate how to pull the data needed to answer four of your most common reporting questions, and discuss how that data can be applied to assist other business processes.

How to Answer Your Top 4 Reporting Questions

Wednesday, May. 3, 2:00 PM. Looking to take advantage of the Reporting web app but don't know where to start? In this session, we'll demonstrate how to pull the data needed to answer four of your most common reporting questions, and discuss how that data can be applied to assist other business processes.

Paul Hirst is a technical account manager at Code42 where he helps some of the largest companies in the world manage their Code42 CrashPlan environments. He has been with Code42 for 3 years and assisted with the largest deployments and cloud migrations. He has worked extensively with the API to develop solutions used by a number of customers.

Prior to working at Code42, Paul was the owner and principal of an architecture firm in northern Minnesota where he designed everything from modest homes to luxury lake properties, churches and large industrial buildings. When he’s not working, he is spending time with his family and in regional ecclesiastical leadership assignments.

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Using the Code42 API to Automate 2 Business Workflows

Wednesday, May. 3, 10:30 AM. If you have a basic understanding of the Code42 API and are ready to apply that knowledge to your own environment, you'll want to attend this session. We'll dive into two specific ways you can use API scripts to accomplish your business objectives.

Intro to the Code42 API: What It Is & Why It Matters

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. If you haven't explored the Code42 API, you're limiting the possibilities of your deployment. Attend this session to gain a basic understanding of the Cod42 API, including its calls and capabilities.

Tony is the manager of Code42’s Professional Services team. Working across multiple organizations, he and his team ensure success in any CrashPlan deployment strategy. Previously, Tony was an engineer on the Professional Services team for four years, working directly with customers and bringing to life some of the largest CrashPlan deployments on the globe.

Speaker Sessions

Using the Code42 API to Automate 2 Business Workflows

Wednesday, May. 3, 10:30 AM. If you have a basic understanding of the Code42 API and are ready to apply that knowledge to your own environment, you'll want to attend this session. We'll dive into two specific ways you can use API scripts to accomplish your business objectives.

Intro to the Code42 API: What It Is & Why It Matters

Thursday, May. 4, 10:15 AM. If you haven't explored the Code42 API, you're limiting the possibilities of your deployment. Attend this session to gain a basic understanding of the Cod42 API, including its calls and capabilities.

Riley is lead systems trainer at Code42 where he currently enjoys educating customers through engaging, hands-on coursework. Previously, Riley also served in both customer support and education roles. Prior to Code42, Riley began his career at St. Olaf College where he solved complex issues as an assistant Macintosh systems administrator. In his spare time he enjoys relaxing at the lake in northern Wisconsin with his wife Hannah and their pug Mimi.

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Code42 6.Xpert

Monday, May. 1, 1:00 PM. Take a deep dive into the latest Code42 product release! In this course we will discuss and utilize new features introduced in Code42 platform version 6.0. This session will be of particular interest to those who have previously completed a Code42 education course or who have a high level of experience with Code42. Topics will include organization compliance settings, device bandwidth management, Code42 Security Center and user interface upgrades. Level: Intermediate

A Day in the Life of a File: How the Backup & Restore Process Works

Wednesday, May. 3, 3:00 PM. If you've ever wanted to dig into the tech and understand how Code42 actually works, you won't want to miss this session. We'll cover the backup and restore process from beginning to end--including de-duplication, compression, encryption, backup settings, versioning and cold storage.

Code42 API Workshop

Tuesday, May. 2, 8:00 AM. In this education session we will walk through the Code42 API and provide script recipes and hands-on guidance for use cases such as custom reports, integration with external monitoring systems and automated restores. Basic knowledge of the various UNIX/Linux shell environments (e.g. BIN/BASH/BOURNE) is recommended. Level: Advanced

Code42 API Workshop

Tuesday, May. 2, 1:00 PM. In this education session we will walk through the Code42 API and provide script recipes and hands-on guidance for use cases such as custom reports, integration with external monitoring systems and automated restores. Basic knowledge of the various UNIX/Linux shell environments (e.g. BIN/BASH/BOURNE) is recommended. Level: Advanced

Sam Konstant is a systems trainer at Code42 where he focuses on increasing our customers’ ability to utilize Code42 software through education. Prior to Code42, Sam worked in K12 education supporting the rollout of 1:1 technology initiatives, educating on new technology products as well as providing desk-side support. He also has extensive knowledge in the health information technology industry where he developed educational modules for HIPAA, HITECH and electronic health records. When not in the classroom you’ll find Sam traveling and enjoying the outdoors.

Speaker Sessions

Code42 User Lifecycle and Forensic Identification of Insider Threat

Monday, May. 1, 1:00 PM. This education session will focus on user lifecycle at a hypothetical organization. We will begin by discussing user on-boarding and designation of organization policies such as roles and permissions. Then, we will focus on Code42's user device refresh experience. The end of the user lifecycle will also be explored, including topics such as user off-boarding, Code42 cold storage and using Code42’s Security Center to identify potential insider threat. All instruction will be followed by hands-on application through an onsite virtual lab environment. Level: Beginner to intermediate

Code42 User Lifecycle and Forensic Identification of Insider Threat

Tuesday, May. 2, 8:00 AM. This education session will focus on user lifecycle at a hypothetical organization. We will begin by discussing user on-boarding and designation of organization policies such as roles and permissions. Then, we will focus on Code42's user device refresh experience. The end of the user lifecycle will also be explored, including topics such as user off-boarding, Code42 cold storage and using Code42’s Security Center to identify potential insider threat. All instruction will be followed by hands-on application through an onsite virtual lab environment. Level: Beginner to intermediate

Code42 User Lifecycle and Forensic Identification of Insider Threat

Tuesday, May. 2, 1:00 PM. This education session will focus on user lifecycle at a hypothetical organization. We will begin by discussing user on-boarding and designation of organization policies such as roles and permissions. Then, we will focus on Code42's user device refresh experience. The end of the user lifecycle will also be explored, including topics such as user off-boarding, Code42 cold storage and using Code42’s Security Center to identify potential insider threat. All instruction will be followed by hands-on application through an onsite virtual lab environment. Level: Beginner to intermediate

Code42 Education Hands-on Lab

Thursday, May. 4, 9:30 AM. Want to play with the latest version of CrashPlan? Stop by to experience it live.

Lee Reiners is an enterprise technical support engineer with Code42, assisting administrators with their Code42 environment over phone, chat and email. He has more than 10 years of experience in customer support. Lee attended Dunwoody College of Technology where he earned a degree in computer networking and technology systems. On the weekends, you’ll often find him up north with his family.

Speaker Sessions

Tips & Tricks for Maintaining A Healthy Code42 Environment

Wednesday, May. 3, 1:00 PM. Wish you knew how to avoid costly mistakes and help desk tickets? Attend this session to learn best practices for optimizing the health of your environment, as well as tips to troubleshoot the most common problems customers experience.