Your Data, Your Responsibility: Safeguarding your SaaS applications

Data loss is becoming an inevitability to many organizations that rely on SaaS applications. With 80% of business-critical data stored in the cloud, companies can no longer wait to protect it.

Watch our webinar, “Your Data, Your Responsibility: Safeguarding your SaaS applications,” to gain actionable insights and real-world solutions to help you navigate data responsibility in the cloud.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The emerging threat of Shadow IT and its impact on your sensitive information
  • Why relying solely on in-house backup solutions might be a costly mistake
  • Why an independent backup platform is necessary to secure your SaaS data

Meet our panel of experts:

Jeremy Neyhart

Engineering Manager, Lutron

Jeremy Neyhart has over 20 years of experience working in Software Development and Engineering Management. Currently, Jeremy leads DevOps for Lutron Electronics, the world leader in Lighting Control, Automated Shades and Light Sources. His team is accountable for all software engineering development systems and tools, as well as being responsible for several enterprise-wide SaaS applications, such as Jira and Confluence.

Anthony D’Ambrosio

Account Executive at Mumo Systems & Atlassian ACE Leader

Anthony D’Ambrosio is a seasoned Sales and Business Development Professional currently serving as an Account Executive at Mumo Systems LLC. With a rich background in selling software solutions and managing full sales life cycles, Anthony has a proven track record in achieving sales targets and fostering strong client relationships. His expertise spans IT technical ability and business acumen, making him adept at aligning technology with business needs to deliver exceptional customer service and drive revenue growth.

Mike Potter

Co-Founder and CEO, Rewind

A self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur, Mike Potter is the co-founder and CEO of Rewind, the leading data backup and recovery provider for cloud and SaaS data. While studying Mechanical Engineering at McMaster University, Mike began his start-up career as the founder of, one of the most popular sporting websites in Canada. Since founding Rewind in 2015, Mike has focused on building a company culture that values and respects employees. “I’m a big believer in creating strong teams, hiring great people, and giving them the freedom to do their best work”, he adds. When Mike isn’t running backups, he can usually be found assembling LEGOs with his kids or walking his dogs.