Sep 17, 2013 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
You as an IT leader know the importance of keeping your business operational in the event of an outage. Understanding the time to recover based on your companies SLAs may dictate your recovery strategy. Having all your data on site may be risky. Having all your data in the cloud may take too long to recover. The new hybrid approach to disaster recovery in the cloud, offers a new model promising low-cost, automation, and more flexible recovery solutions. But what’s really involved within the new hybrid approach and what do you need to know?
Join guest speaker Rachel Dines, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc., and Paul Nashawaty, Director, Product Marketing and Alliances as they demystify cloud-based disaster recovery strategies.
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Identify industry trends on how Disaster Recovery starts with the backup process Learn what disaster recovery in the cloud is and where it might make sense for your organization
Gain an on-premise, off-premise and hybrid approach to disaster recovery from the customer view
About the Speakers
Rachel Dines, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc.
Rachel Dines conducts research for IT infrastructure and operations professionals, focusing on IT continuity and disaster recovery services and technologies, next-generation high availability and backup, and data center strategies. Additionally, Rachel conducts research on infrastructure and operations metrics.
Paul Nashawaty, Director of Product Marketing and Alliances, Unitrends
Including being a published data storage and virtualization industry expert, Paul has a broad business and technical background including various leadership positions at IBM, Emerson Network Power, NetApp, EMC, VMware, and Intel.