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Want to learn more about object storage? Take part in one of our webinars.

I’m very proud to announce that I’ll be hosting a monthly live webinar together with my colleagues at OpenIO, as well as partners, independent SMEs, bloggers, and analysts, beginning April 6.

Useful and Insightful

These live events will be informative, with only a small part of them dedicated to showing our product. We will begin with an introductory webinar on object storage and why it is time to adopt it (a quick preview of what we are going to talk about is available here). In the follow-up sessions we will examine the many of aspects of cloud and object storage with a particular focus on real use cases and scenarios.

Interactive and entertaining

These webinars will be informal, and after we’ve become more familiar with the web conferencing platform, the sessions will be interactive, with polls and live Q&A sessions. Results will be shared at the end of the sessions, bringing even more value to attendees.

Live and on-demand

We will host two sessions for each webinar, covering both European and US time zones. They will take place at 11 am CET and 10 am PT.

If you’ll miss a live session, all the content produced during the webinars (slide decks, recordings, files, etc.) will be available on our website. So, don’t worry if you can’t make it to a live webinar.

Stay tuned

Use this link to register for our first webinar, “It’s time for object storage!”

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