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  • Hyperscale Public Cloud vs Value-Add Cloud from DP/DR Vendors: Which is Better?
    Hyperscale Public Cloud vs Value-Add Cloud from DP/DR Vendors: Which is Better?
    Mod: Arun Taneja; Christophe Bertrand, Arcserve; Austin McChord, Datto; Abhijit Dinkar, Dell; Mark Campbell, Unitrends Recorded: Nov 17 2015 63 mins
    Hyperscale clouds get all of the press, but is it really a case of “go big or go home”? The giant cloud providers offer great prices on bulk storage but the cloud can act as much more than just a backup destination. There’s a lot of value residing within the individual cloud offerings of the data protection vendors, with an entire spectrum of services ranging from standard backup storage to Managed Archiving to Disaster Recovery as a Service. And more.

    Join us on this panel discussion to learn about what’s available and how to take full advantage of the range of cloud services offered so that you can precisely match vendors’ offerings to your business needs.

    Arun Taneja, Founder & Consulting Analyst; Taneja Group (Moderator)
    Christophe Bertrand, Vice President of Product Marketing; Arcserve
    Austin McChord, CEO & Founder; Datto
    Abhijit Dinkar, CTO, Dell Data Protection; Dell
    Mark Campbell, CTO; Unitrends
  • Disaster Recovery Planning: Improving the Process
    Disaster Recovery Planning: Improving the Process
    Jon Toigo and Bob Spurzem Recorded: Nov 6 2015 146 mins
    While some pundits argue that disaster recovery is dead, the truth is that the need for effective planning for data protection and operational recovery has never been greater. As new technologies are introduced to enable greater agility in data centers, we have become more dependent on the continuous operation of systems.
    The old rules still apply: we need to understand the criticality of the different workload in our shops, their time to data requirements, and where apps and data are hosted as a precursor to defining recovery strategies.
    The good news is that new technologies are enabling improvements in the traditional process, including the streamlining of disk-based backups with de-duplication technology and the rapid re-hosting of certain workload in Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) clouds. The situation is both challenging and exciting: the stalwarts of effective continuity planning remain the same, but DR may also be the testing laboratory for technology innovations in hosting, storing and networking data.
  • Tape Backup: The Solution to Hybrid Data Protection
    Tape Backup: The Solution to Hybrid Data Protection
    Bob Spurzem Recorded: Sep 22 2015 38 mins
    Did you know that Google protects all of its Gmail and Google Apps data in the cloud with tape? Did you know that the National Center for Supercomputing stores over 300 PB’s of near-line data on tape? If not, then you should attend this important new webcast. In this presentation, Arcserve will describe how tape continues to evolve and improve and how tape media continues to play an important role in your data center.
  • Don’t Be Duped by Dedupe
    Don’t Be Duped by Dedupe
    Bob Spurzem Recorded: Sep 18 2015 61 mins
    The idea of data deduplication is commonly tossed around in today’s IT world, especially within data protection circles. But while the concept might be simple, how it gets executed varies greatly and how deduplication is implemented can have a serious impact on production processes and cost.

    Shrinking your storage footprint exponentially or not so much depends on the decisions you make. Find out about the challenges and benefits you may come across when applying deduplication to your backups in this can’t miss webcast!
  • Your VMworld Wrap-Up
    Your VMworld Wrap-Up
    Arcserve Panel Recorded: Sep 16 2015 37 mins
    Couldn’t make it to VMworld 2015? Don’t worry, Arcserve has you covered. Join us for a 30 minute session to learn about the key takeaways from the event. In this webcast, we will cover:

    • Top trends around the evolution and adoption of virtualization in the marketplace today.
    • Cloud has come of age. It's no longer just a buzz word.
    • Key points we learned from analysts throughout the event.
    • Major product announcements from VMworld 2015.

    We will also tell you about the competition and cover why Arcserve took home a gold in the Best of Breed at VMworld Awards in the category of “Disaster Recovery and Backup for Virtualized and Cloud Environments.”

    Come with questions and leave with answers.
  • Arcserve Cloud and Unified Data Protection Technical Overview
    Arcserve Cloud and Unified Data Protection Technical Overview
    Christophe Bertrand, Sue Ulintz Mosovich Recorded: Jul 24 2015 72 mins
    Learn about the powerful, new Arcserve Cloud which is a fully-integrated, cloud data protection solution for backup, disaster recovery and long-term retention. It’s offered as a service extension to Arcserve’s Unified Data Protection (UDP) appliance. Also discover technical details of Arcserve UDP, a next-generation data protection solution that leverages global deduplication, encryption, compression, and WAN-optimized replication.
  • Non-Stop Data: Key Requirements for Agile and Always-On Business
    Non-Stop Data: Key Requirements for Agile and Always-On Business
    John Toigo and Bob Spurzem Recorded: May 28 2015 75 mins
    When it comes to realizing the lofty goals of agile IT service delivery, non-stop data is a prerequisite. Non-stop data is stored both for fast access and for long term preservation, protection and analysis. It is evidenced by uncompromising application performance and continuous and compliant data availability. Non-stop data is the heart of always-on business processes.

    Learn about the challenges to non-stop data:

    - New storage models like software-defined storage and hyper-converged infrastructure
    - Private, public and hybrid cloud services
    - Changing knowledge and skills sets among IT staff
    - Mobile commerce as a core business model

    This webcast will identify what non-stop data is all about and what are the best practices for enabling data for optimal usage by contemporary businesses.
  • Next Generation Data Protection Architecture
    Next Generation Data Protection Architecture
    Bob Spurzem Recorded: Apr 22 2015 61 mins
    Next Generation Data Protection Architecture – What You Need to Know Now

    Your expensive, complex, headache-inducing data protection architecture is rapidly becoming obsolete.

    Powerful next generation solutions are entering the market, and they’re empowering small¬ to mid-size businesses to manage their data with the robust technologies once reserved for enterprise.

    Now, easy¬to¬implement physical data protection appliances; emerging, cloud-native appliances; unified data protection and recovery technologies; and all-inclusive licensing make protecting against system disruptions and data loss more efficient and effective than ever.

    Join Bob Spurzem as he discusses how to navigate this new era of data protection. Are you ready?
  • Arcserve Unified Data Protection – Technical Overview
    Arcserve Unified Data Protection – Technical Overview
    John Santivasci Recorded: Apr 1 2015 41 mins
    Learn how Arcserve the Unified Data Protection portfolio delivers comprehensive Assured Recovery™ for virtual and physical environments with a next generation unified architecture and unmatched ease of use.

    This feature-rich solution allows users to seamlessly scale their data protection needs, and allows them to achieve their recovery point and recovery time objectives. Overly complex traditional backup policies are replaced by modern, task-based data protection plans. Deep integration with industry-leading hypervisors enables the automation of complex, repetitive tasks.

    The Arcserve UDP portfolio also includes the UDP7000 Series appliance offering. This unique set and forget solution provides all the power of UDP in an appliance form factor, and is easy to deploy and manage.

    The Arcserve Unified Data Protection portfolio eliminates the need to have multiple data protection vendors.

    It supports heterogeneous environments including:
    •Physical and Virtual Platforms
    •Platform or application or database type
    •On-Premise to Off-Premise (DR site or in the cloud)

    Come join this informative session to learn how to achieve all of this in a simple, unified management console!
  • High Availability is not a Luxury
    High Availability is not a Luxury
    Chris Evans Recorded: Mar 18 2015 61 mins
    Arcserve® High Availability provides server high availability, protecting your operating system, applications and data. Arcserve® High Availability supports Windows, Linux and UNIX systems.

    Arcserve® High Availability includes LAN and WAN replication, Continuous Data Protection (CDP) and Automated Recovery Testing (Assured Recovery), to quickly and easily replicate data from one site to another. Together with real-time server health monitoring, automated or push-button failover or failback, Arcserve® High Availability provides uninterrupted access to applications and data, in the event of a primary server failure - be that a planned or unplanned outage or even man-made or natural disaster.

    In this webcast you will learn
    • Key benefits of high availability for full system, application and data protection
    • Continuous Data Protection and what that implies for your data protection
    • Discussion around how high availability can protect form a disaster, planned or otherwise.

    Join Chris Evans as he discusses Arcserve® High Availability features, functions and benefits for Continuous Data Protection in your data environment.

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