Jennifer Burnham

Jennifer is Content Lead at Abbott Vascular. Her focus is to create content that educates and delights. Her previous roles include Content Producer at Apple, a Go-To-Market lead at Adobe, and Director of Social Media and Content Strategy at

Recent Posts by Jennifer Deming Burnham

  • 20 Questions InfoSec Will Ask About Your Awesome Cloud Project

    With technology budgets increasingly managed outside of IT, it’s not unusual for enterprise business units to champion new cloud...

    By in 08.31.16
  • 7 Ways It Pays To Move Backup To The Cloud

    Cloud-based solutions have become the gold standard for today’s backup, archiving and disaster recovery (DR). But what exactly makes...

    By in 06.02.16
  • The Workaday World of InfoSec Pros + the 4 Security Threats that Keep Them Up At Night

    InfoSec professionals wear a lot of different hats within an organization and have an ever-evolving mix of responsibilities. In...

    By in 04.20.16
  • Checklist: 17 Business Benefits of Backup

    World Backup Day (March 31) is here – and it’s a not-so-subtle reminder of the need to back up,...

    By in 03.31.16
  • How to Undo the Voodoo of A Ransomware Attack

    Ransomware attacks are in the rise, impacting not just Windows systems but Android and Macs as well. These…
    By in 03.07.16
  • 8 Must-Attend Sessions for InfoSec Leaders at RSA 2016

    The role of an Information Security leader today can be a constant battle, with new threats emerging every day...

    By in 02.23.16
  • 10 Best Hits of the Druva Blog

    Over the past year, the Druva blog has become our ‘home base’ for sharing the latest product news, expert advice and...

    By in 01.12.16
  • 5 Common Assumptions Comparing Cloud To On-Premises

    When considering the move to cloud, the perceived notion of giving up control of one’s data can be difficult for...

    By in 12.07.15
  • The Butterfly Effect and Predicting The Future of Data Storage and Governance

    Many of us in technology wish we had a crystal ball to see the future, yet doing so is...

    By in 10.15.15