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Spanning Cloud Apps to Present at EMC World 2014

Spanning Cloud Apps, the most trusted provider of data backup and restore for cloud applications, today announced that its CEO, Jeff Erramouspe, will present at EMC World 2014 in Las Vegas. The four day event is designed to serve as an educational forum for EMC customers, partners and professionals, in which attendees will discuss the top of mind issues in IT.

Spanning Backup for Google Apps and Spanning Backup for Salesforce are now available through the EMC Select Technology Connect Program which allows EMC customers to acquire pretested, third-party "solution completers" that can be purchased with any EMC hardware, software or services.

"In working closely with the team at EMC, we are able to extend our market reach with a stronger focus on enterprise customers enabling them to move their business applications to the cloud without fear of data loss. We have been encouraged by the early interest in Spanning Backup for Salesforce as many large enterprise EMC customers are seeking a more automated, secure cloud-based backup solution for Salesforce data,” said Jeff Erramouspe, president and CEO, Spanning.

What:
In his session, ‘Cloud Application Backup & Recovery,’ Erramouspe will explore the data challenges associated with cloud applications, specifically highlighting the risks of data loss due to user and sync errors as well as the backup and recovery limitations of SaaS providers. With the industry’s first and only “in-app” backup and recovery solution for Salesforce and the highest-rated, enterprise-grade backup and recovery for Google Apps, Erramouspe will also offer insight on how Spanning is helping companies minimize the risk of data loss to ensure that users can continue working safely and efficiently in the cloud.

When:
Tuesday, May 6 at 3:30 – 3:45 p.m. PDT
Wednesday, May 7 at 11:30 – 11:45 a.m. PDT

Where:
EMC Technology Connect Booth #1037, EMC World Solutions Pavilion

Additional Session:
Spanning will also be hosting its “Back that Saas Up!” speaking session in the EMC ASD booth #550 on Tuesday, 5/6 at 3:00 p.m. PDT. The discussion will center around the questions who's protecting your critical business data in cloud applications like Salesforce and Google Apps and how confident are you that it can quickly be restored? Attendees will learn why critical business data in cloud applications are at risk for data loss and how they can regain control of data and ensure it's protected and available.

Visit Spanning in Booth #829 anytime during the show to learn how the company is enabling organizations to move fearlessly to the cloud.

About Spanning Cloud Apps, Inc.
Spanning, the leading provider of backup and recovery for cloud applications, helps organizations to protect and manage their information in the cloud. The company provides powerful, enterprise-class data protection for Google Apps and Salesforce. Spanning Backup is the most reliable and trusted cloud-to-cloud backup solution available. Learn more at www.spanning.com.

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