Understanding LOBs in DB2 and the Explosion of Unstructured Data

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Do you know where all your unstructured data is? Do you know what applications are storing unstructured data in DB2? Can you be sure that your data is secure? Don’t let what you don’t know hurt you. BMC’s LOBMaster for DB2® provides the assurances you need to sleep at night.

Learn what customers have experienced and how BMC’s intelligent, next generation technology can help. Automatic checks sound good? Being able to confidently tell your legal department that you are covered sound good? We think so. Join us and IBM Systems Magazine for this informative webinar on Wednesday, June 21st at 10 PT / Noon CT / 1 ET.  It’s easy to register – just click here. Come learn something game-changing.

You will learn:

  • What LOBs are, why they are important, and what’s changed
  • How new tools can help you manage the growing problems with LOBs
  • How to protect against data loss, be confident in your data integrity, and meet compliance requirements
  • Proof points from other customers who’ve struggled with LOBs and prevailed

For more information on BMC’s LOBMaster for DB2®, please see: http://www.bmc.com/it-solutions/lobmaster-db2.html

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Carolyn Henry

Carolyn Henry

Carolyn Henry is the Lead Solutions Marketing Manager for DB2 Solutions at BMC. Carolyn has 10+ years of experience in Software & Mainframe systems starting from her early years at IBM as a technical writer for DB2 and IMS Tools. She has experience in management, sales, enablement, and marketing with Enterprise Content Management and Data Management software ranging across structured and unstructured data. Most recently, Carolyn worked with the IBM Marketing teams on their partnership with Box and their Information Governance offerings.