Follow These 4 Women in Backup & Disaster Recovery

Follow These 5 Women in Backup & Disaster RecoveryIt’s Women’s History month and March 8 is International Women’s Day. During a time when some say women’s rights are being violated and the gender pay gap is top of mind, we thought a list of some female influencers was in order.

Take a look at these five women who have made a name for themselves in this space and are always looking to add value to the market and help others succeed in an industry dominated by males.

Roberta Witty @RJWitty4Gartner

Roberta Witty is a Vice President at Gartner Research. She’s part of their Risk and Security Management Programs group and focuses on business continuity management. She also acts as the Key Initiative Lead for Gartner for IT Leaders (ITL) and chairs the BCM program at Gartner’s annual Security & Risk Management Summit.

 Sally Stanier @sstanier

Sally is the founder of PIM Consultancy. She specializes in data protection compliance and records management. She is always tweeting about best practices and offering updates when there is a known outage. Follow Sally for tips on how to protect your data.

Stephanie Balaouras @sbalaouras

Stephanie is the vice president and research director at Forrester Research. She covers business continuity, privacy, risk and more. She does post personal tweets, but her feed is mostly focused on tech news and best practices.

Tracy Staniland @TracyStaniland

Tracy is the head of marketing at Policy Medical, but was formerly the vice president of Corporate Marketing at Asigra. She calls herself a B2B marketing strategist and has over 1,000 followers. Tracy still tweets about backup and disaster recovery along with general tech news.

And I’d love it if you follow me @CloudTechReview for all the latest in this space! 

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