In this webinar, DJ Singley from IBM Business Partner Mapsys, will navigate the ever-evoloving landscape of cyber resiliency in a post-pandemic world. He'll discuss how IBM is stepping up to redefine resiliency for businesses of all sizes. Using real-world case studies, DJ will delve into how IBM and Mapsys have supported businesses, driving enhanced performance, significant cost reductions, and notable outcomes.
This webinar will offer insight into
- Why a cyber-resilience strategy is necessary and important, and
- How, with IBM FlashSystem, clients can rely on rapid recovery when the inevitable cyberattack occurs. In this webinar on cyber-resilience and FlashSystem, attendees will discover how IBM FlashSystem is the leading storage solution in protecting and recovering data.
Jessica Johnson - FlashSystem Sales Leader, IBM
Jessica Johnson is an IBM FlashSystem Sales Leader. Jessica is passionate about Flash technology and working with IBM Partners and Clients to solve their business needs. Starting this year, she gained responsibility for IBM’s FlashSystem growth and to enhance product visibility. She leads the IBM FlashSystem technical sales professionals who share her passion for client success. Prior to her current role, she was a Power Systems Ecosystem Sales Manager. She has a strong background in Storage and Tape as she has held multiple roles since joining IBM in 2000.
Daneyand (DJ) Singley - Executive Director, System Sales & Enterprise Architecture, Mapsys
Daneyand "DJ" Singley is currently the Executive Director of Enterprise Architecture & Systems Sales at MAPSYS Inc, a Columbus Ohio based national IT consulting firm. MAPSYS, an employee owned company, specializes in solutions for the modern data center with businesses in hardware (prominently featuring IBM), software, AI, services and staffing. DJ holds a bachelors of science degree in computer engineering from Rutgers University and a masters of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Vermont. Prior to MAPSYS, DJ spent a large portion of his career with IBM as a microprocessor design engineer. While at IBM, he designed processor logic for many well known and loved products such as the Apple G5 based Macs, Nintendo Wii & Wii U and of course IBM Power based servers. With six patents and several published papers under his belt he later moved to IBM sales and then to MAPSYS where he leads the hardware business unit. Daneyand, known as DJ to his friends and colleagues, most enjoys solving customer problems with the best IT team on the planet: MAPSYS & IBM.