Articles By Emily Hurn

Emily Hurn

Senior Manager, Marketing Automation

As the Senior Manager of Marketing Automation, Emily brings 5+ years of experience in technical marketing to Spanning. She is responsible for the daily management and monitoring of email communications with our customer and lead database, as well as maintaining database compliance. Emily holds a B.A. in Studio Art, B.A. in Spanish, and Business Foundations certificate from the University of Texas at Austin.

Happy 21st Annual SysAdmin Day From Spanning

Today is SysAdmin Day, a day created for SysAdmins by SysAdmins, because no one ever gives you enough credit for the work you do. If you’re good at your job, people rarely notice because it means everything is running smoothly. Not today though… today, we salute you.


Spanning’s Best of 2019

As 2019 draws to an end, we take a look back on the blogs and resources most enjoyed by you. The resulting list provides an insightful overview of the challenges associated with enterprise data protection.


Don’t Let Data Loss Spook You

Take the scare out of security breaches and data loss this Halloween with the most dependable backup and recovery solution available. Learn how Spanning can put your organization at ease and get you focused on what really matters.


Spanning’s Backup for Google Workspace Solution Gives Hamline University Confidence in the Cloud

Hamline University found not only a solid backup and recovery solution in Spanning, but also a trusted partner they can count on no matter what the future of the cloud and education bring. Read their story to learn more about how Spanning Backup helps educational institutions take on cloud applications with confidence.


Millar Inc. Achieves Gold Standard of Data Protection with Spanning Backup for Office 365

Peace of mind is a recurring theme among many Spanning customers and Millar is no different. Learn how Spanning provides the Millar team with peace of mind as they protect their data while developing life-saving medical devices, and see how protecting your Office 365 data can protect your organization from unnecessary SaaS application data loss.


Google Workspace Migration and Backup: Q&A with Clark Construction’s Google Workspace Admin

Clark Construction Group is one of the most experienced and respected building and civil construction firms in the United States. With a workforce spanning a nation and a reputation for delivering award-winning projects, Clark is a company for which collaboration and reliability are key.


Alzheimer’s Association and Spanning Backup for Google Workspace

After switching to Google Workspace from Exchange because of the agility and collaborative capacity afforded by Google software suite, the Alzheimer’s Association had several reasons to look for a backup solution.


Announcing Spanning’s New 2018 Logo

As we’ve evolved over the past seven plus years, so has our visual brand identity.  Our logo has served us well as we’ve grown from an Austin-based tech start-up to what is now a global company supporting three SaaS products. We now have more than 8,100 customers, 1.5 million global users, and data centers in […]


7 Data Backup Tips for Enterprises Moving to the Cloud

If you’re one of countless enterprises migrating your business applications to cloud services, you know all about the benefits you’ll be enjoying soon; but cloud adoption isn’t without challenges. There are a number of things you should consider to ensure your transition to the cloud is smooth, efficient, and sustainable.


4 SaaS Data Backup Best Practices for Businesses using the Cloud

Data loss. These words that can send shivers down the spine, and hearing them often evokes images of work stoppages, customer outrage, and public relations nightmares that follow.

That’s why backup and recovery has long been a business best practice and why auditing standards have evolved to ensure organizations that generate and manage data do so responsibly and reliably. The race to cloud, while significantly changing the way we think about managing and sharing data, should not change the significance placed upon backup and recovery.