At the Code 42 Evolution16 Customer Conference in September, BAYADA received the “Freshest Refresh Award” for its unique use of CrashPlan, Code42’s cloud-based endpoint backup solution. The award, presented during the Evolutionaries Ceremony, was given to the organization with the most compelling data migration project using CrashPlan. Adam Satko, Andrew Jarrett, and his team from BAYADA’s information systems office created a new way to use CrashPlan, simplifying the transfer of data between devices and offices, which resulted in efficiencies of both time and resources.
“What’s great is that this migration can be done remotely and did not require the traditional machine-to-machine transfer,” says Satko. “We were able to do the transfer from the cloud to machine, which cut the migration process in half, saving BAYADA a lot of time.”
The Freshest Refresh Award was one of ten customer awards presented by Code 42. BAYADA was honored alongside other winners such as tech giants Oracle and IBM; health care leader Baylor; higher education institutions Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania; and National Geographic.
“It was a special recognition, considering the other large companies represented,” says Satko.