Tony Piscopo

Tony has been working in a Architecture and Engineering role for the last 15 years for both large enterprises and education. During the last 7 years he held the role of endpoint backup subject matter expert for Pfizer. At Druva, Tony works with our most critical accounts as an Engagement Manager for the US Eastern region and takes care of key stakeholders to continually unlock value and strengthen relationships.

Recent Posts by Tony Piscopo

  • data security compliance 101

    Data Security Compliance 101: How Regulation Affects Everyone in IT

    In this episode of the SOCK(net) podcast, Yadin and Tony, along with guest host Mengchao Wu, discuss how to...

    By in 02.29.16
  • SOCK(net): Communities in Technology

    On SOCK(net): Communities in Technology

    In this episode of the SOCK(net) podcast, Yadin and Tony talk about the importance of getting involved with the...

    By in 02.11.16
  • On SOCK(net): Is BYOD Dead?

    Just when everyone was convinced that we’ve been completely enveloped in a BYOD world, we find out that large...

  • On SOCK(net): Valuable Life Lessons From The IT Trenches

    Oops! That was the theme of this crowdsourced question at Druva’s ILLUMINATE 2015 conference, where we learned from the...

  • On SOCK(net): Coping with the WAN Problem

    Technology? That’s easy. Getting it into users’ hands? Not so much. Many enterprise tech teams run into problems when...

  • The WAN That Time Forgot

    When large organizations deploy cloud-based software, it’s easy to overlook the smaller offices with lousy connectivity, or to postpone...

  • Avoid Holiday Camera-geddon: How to Keep Holiday Family Photos from Bringing Down Your Backup Servers

    A hidden danger for your datacenter lays lurking during the holiday season – and it’s ready to bring your...

  • Data Gravity: Charting the Future of Your Organization’s Critical Information

    Enterprise organizations already struggle with the mass of data they need to manage and everyone knows that – “big...

  • Inclusions versus Exclusions: Choosing the Best Method for Backup and Data Collection

    Whatever software you choose for backing up files, you need to be organized. Do you really need myriad copies...