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Backup and Recovery

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  • IT Security: Incident Planning and Response IT Security: Incident Planning and Response Mark Essayian, Microsoft Recorded: Jun 16 2016 59 mins
    It’s critical to know what is going on inside your network, what technology is being snuck into your firm, and how to educate employees about security precautions. IT management has a clear responsibility to protect, defend and remain vigilant over all systems and it doesn’t stop at antivirus on the desktop and a firewall to the Internet.

    Join this webcast to learn:
    •Why SMB’s are a prime target
    •How to help prevent your employees from being your biggest security threat
    •Proper asset inventory – you cannot protect what you do not know about
    •Protection and planning to prevent and/or mitigate a breach
  • Transforming Data Protection with HPE: A Unified Backup and Recovery Transforming Data Protection with HPE: A Unified Backup and Recovery Julita Kussmaul, Mike Whalen Recorded: Jun 16 2016 57 mins
    Under pressure from demanding applications, increased virtualization and a proliferation of mobile devices, IT organizations are looking for a highly-available, resilient and performant data protection environment that ensures business resiliency and efficiency. However, sourcing products from multiple vendors is costly and can create management complexity that will deter you from deriving maximum value from your infrastructure. Instead, consider a single stack, integrated software and hardware backup solution.

    Join HPE data protection experts to learn why more organizations are moving away from fragmented point based solutions to HPE’s unified data protection solutions, and how HPE Data Protector, through native integrations with HPE StoreOnce Systems, HPE 3PAR StoreServ, and HPE StoreEver (Tape) offerings, can provide you with advanced capabilities that accelerate the backup process in a cost-efficient, scalable way.
  • A DNA-based Archival Storage System A DNA-based Archival Storage System Luis Henrique Ceze, University of Washington Recorded: Jun 13 2016 37 mins
    Demand for data storage is growing exponentially, but the capacity of existing storage media is not keeping up. Using DNA to archive data is an attractive possibility because it is extremely dense, with a raw limit of 1 exabyte/mm3 (10^9 GB/mm3), and long-lasting, with observed half-life of over 500 years.

    This work presents an architecture for a DNA-based archival storage system. It is structured as a key-value store, and leverages common biochemical techniques to provide random access. We also propose a new encoding scheme that offers controllable redundancy, trading off reliability for density. We demonstrate feasibility, random access, and robustness of the proposed encoding with wet lab experiments. Finally, we highlight trends in biotechnology that indicate the impending practicality of DNA storage.
  • Managing Vendor Resiliency Through Audits and Contract Management Managing Vendor Resiliency Through Audits and Contract Management Melinda Rahe, Business Continuity Program Manager Dell, Inc. Recorded: May 19 2016 43 mins
    Outsourcing shifts the burden to mitigate risk to the vendor. But, it does not shift the impact of the risk. Your company’s reputation and its’ customers can be negatively impacted when your vendor experiences failure.
    This presentation discusses how to formulate a vendor resiliency strategy. And, will equip participants with practical solutions for effectively, as well as efficiently, assessing the business continuity risk exposures introduced by outsourcing business functions
  • Playing a Dangerous DR Game? Take Your DR and Backup Plan to the Next Level Playing a Dangerous DR Game? Take Your DR and Backup Plan to the Next Level Lilac Schoenbeck, VP of Product Management & Marketing and Dante Orsini, SVP of Business Development Recorded: May 18 2016 54 mins
    Whether your nemesis is a malicious attack, a hurricane or (more likely) human error, have you collected all the tools you need to triumph and save the day?

    There are a host of technologies available to those prepping for potential business disruptions: backups on-premise, backups in the cloud, on-premise failovers, Disaster Recovery as a Service, and, of course, delivering an offering of cable and silicon to your mainframe every Tuesday at noon.

    Obviously, you don’t need all of these options – but which do you need? And why would you choose one over the other? Join this webinar to learn:
    - What has changed since your tried-and-true backup plan was hatched in 2010
    - How to evaluate on-premise vs. cloud-based options
    - How to marry different technologies to create a complete solution
    - What to consider when selecting a technology or cloud partner

    With 10 years of experience leading the DRaaS and Backup market around the world, we’ve seen a lot of technologies come and go – and have some strong opinions and solid guidance for our customers on how best to evaluate options.
  • New Rules for Recovery: Setting Expectations for Today's Continuity Platforms New Rules for Recovery: Setting Expectations for Today's Continuity Platforms Jim Whalen, Taneja Group; Dave LeClair, Unitrends Recorded: May 4 2016 47 mins
    Traditionally, when people talk about data protection, they’re talking about some form of backup. However, if those backups effectively end up in a “write-only memory”, they’re not much good. So really, the bottom line is recovery is what people are most concerned about when they talk about data protection. With the degree to which today’s technologies have been refined and the plethora of data protection platforms available, users should maintain a baseline set of simple expectations to be met no matter who or what they choose for the job. In this presentation, Taneja Group and Dave LeClair of Unitrends will discuss the “New Rules for Recovery” that everyone’s solution should adhere to.
  • Kick the Legacy Backup Habit with Veeam and Quantum Kick the Legacy Backup Habit with Veeam and Quantum Nick Serrecchia, Systems Engineer at Veeam and Terry Grulke, Sr. Technical Advisor at Quantum Recorded: Apr 19 2016 29 mins
    With the average company experiencing unplanned downtime 13 times a year, the costs associated with continuing to invest in a legacy backup solution can be extensive. For this reason, more customers are switching to Veeam® and Quantum than ever before. Update to a modern data center and achieve Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ with Veeam coupled with Quantum’s tiered storage that increases performance, reduces bandwidth requirements and executes a best practices for data protection.
  • Enhancing Data Center Operational Performance via Wearable Technology Enhancing Data Center Operational Performance via Wearable Technology Jose Ruiz, VP Engineering Operations, Compass Datacenters Recorded: Mar 16 2016 41 mins
    As has often been reported, human error is one of the largest factors in data center outages. Since estimates of the average cost of an outage now exceed $740,000, the ability to reduce or eliminate man-caused outages can make a substantial impact on the organization’s bottom line. In this presentation, Jose Ruiz, VP of Engineering Operations for Compass Datacenters, will present a case study on how the introduction of wearable technology has enhanced one customer’s operational performance substantially.
  • Recovery Assurance: The Critical Success Factor for Cloud-based DR Recovery Assurance: The Critical Success Factor for Cloud-based DR Jim Whalen, Taneja Group; Dave LeClair, Unitrends Recorded: Mar 9 2016 58 mins
    Mike Tyson famously observed “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” The question is, will your Disaster Recovery plan survive that punch and save the day? In this presentation, Jim Whalen of Taneja Group and Dave LeClair of Unitrends will discuss cloud-based Disaster Recovery, how Recovery Assurance is an absolutely crucial component of any DR plan and why choosing a DRaaS provider needs to be on everyone’s short list of options when developing their Disaster Recovery plans.
  • Protect your on-premise investments with the cloud Protect your on-premise investments with the cloud Tom Fuchs Recorded: Feb 9 2016 46 mins
    Do you want to learn about new disaster recovery options from Microsoft experts? Have you been putting off trying new technology due to time pressures or not knowing where to start? Do you think your disaster recovery strategy would benefit from a refresh?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to register for this webcast. You will learn:
    •How to replicate any workloads to Microsoft's global datacenters
    •How to back up data and protect workloads with nearly infinite scalability
    •How to implement a hybrid replication using both cloud and on-premises solutions
    •How to create a backup without needing to buy more tape
    •How to back up your Windows clients (including Windows 10) to remote storage

    Register now to watch live or receive notification when this program is available on-demand.

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