Learn about the latest disaster recovery techniques that can help reduce recovery times and ensure recovery success, whilst reducing costs.Read more >
With over half of companies not feeling well enough prepared for an IT disaster according to recent research, Ian Daly of Plan B Disaster Recovery will be sharing his best practices on how to build a DR solution you can trust. In this webinar we’ll cover:
- What counts as an IT disaster?
- What are the common causes?
- How can you better prepare for an IT disaster?
- Testing – what should you be testing and how often?
- What level of reliability should you be striving to achieve?
- How to maintain trust in your disaster recovery solution
Hear from our global-caliber DR expert, Linda Klug, MBCP, as we discuss how to create, build and test a rock-solid Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Plan.Read more >
Come prepared to look at disaster recovery planning with a 360 degree view for the enterprise and SMB space, and walk away with technical ideas you can begin to implement immediately. During this presentation, we will discuss disaster recovery planning considerations and partnerships. We will also walk through technical solutions that provide a way to use virtualization and storage strategies for an approachable DR solution.Read more >
58% experienced issues when failing over IT systems! - The State of IT Disaster Recovery in the UK – 2016 Survey
Find out if you’re ahead or behind on IT Disaster Recovery. In a survey commissioned by iland and conducted by Opinion Matters, 250 IT decision makers in the UK were asked about their DR experiences, challenges and strategies. And, we’re sharing the results!
Learn from your peers:
- The frequency of DR testing – how much is enough?
- The impact of IT outages – how disruptive would it be to your business?
- The trade-offs IT leaders make between downtime, cost and security – what trade-offs make sense for you?
Join iland and Zerto as we dig into the survey findings which will be a useful benchmark for your own DR strategies. Don’t miss it.
Although most organizations have been performing elements of IT disaster recovery for years to decades, it’s still common for organizations to struggle to ensure alignment between IT capabilities and business application recovery needs. Even if IT exercises run flawlessly and meet planned recovery capabilities, there often remains gaps between the business requests and IT committed capabilities. This can inhibit organizations from having effective (yet reasonable) strategies in place that meet all stakeholder expectations.
This presentation will explore potential methods organizations can execute to help all groups in the disaster recovery process understand each other’s intent, priorities, dependencies, needs, and considerations, as well as the impacts of system downtime. These methods seek to truly synchronize business continuity and IT disaster recovery by enabling ongoing discussion, understanding and insight, continued coordination, and communication. Taking such measures will ensure an effective IT disaster recovery program that meets the expectations of all stakeholders.
It’s that time of year – when fiscal budgets are allocated and the age old question “Do we really need that item?” pops up. That item is very often Disaster Recovery.
We aren’t in a hurricane zone. There are no earthquakes here. Why would someone target our business? We test all our patches.
The reasons are endless. But, since you’re the one with the threat of downtime hanging over your heard – you’re motivated to get this finally budgeted. But, you’ll need a counter-arguments for every objection – so this is the webinar for you! We’ll cover the best responses to:
· It’s going to cost a fortune!
· We have another backup system down the hall!
· We don’t live in a weather-y place!
· When was the last time we had an outage?
· We can handle a little downtime… really.
Join this webinar with iland’s Dante Orsini, SVP of Business Development, and Lilac Schoenbeck, VP of Marketing, to learn how you can keep DR in you 2016 budget.
Join iland and Zerto to discuss business continuity planning and:
- How you can be confident in your DR plan – and avoid downtime
- What factors should impact selection of a DR-as-a-Service partner
- How you can secure your systems during the disaster
- And how your team can be prepared for IT bumps
"Disaster Recovery" conjures images of superstorms, earthquakes and “Acts of God." But, dozens of mundane things can make IT go bump in the day or night. In a recent Zerto survey, 76% of customers had an outage in the past year and only 13% of those were natural disasters. The rest were power failures, hardware failures, and user errors and other nefarious scenarios. Gartner’s recent 2015 Business Continuity Management survey echoed these figures.
We’re all horrified when news of a hack, a bug, or an IT ransom makes the headlines. But, preparation can help prevent outages – and iland and Zerto lead the pack in DR-as-a-Service.
Fires. Storms. Floods. Attacks. When you think of disasters, you may think of the headlines in the news and the pictures of communities recovering from misfortune. But think for a moment of how much your school depends on its technology and how much smoother the return to normalcy could be after a disaster if you had the peace of mind that your school's data was protected, backed-up and recoverable. That's one less worry.
Join us for Microsoft Azure for Disaster Recovery in Education to learn how to have a strong disaster recovery solution in place in case the worst-case scenario happens. Learn how Microsoft Azure can help you eliminate the need for investment in expensive backup datacenter or hosting-based disaster recovery solutions.
This session will cover how you can:
•Lower traditional cost of operating: roughly 50% cost reduction over most on-premises disaster recovery
•Gain peace of mind: Reliable, offsite, & potentially geo-replicated backup storage
•Benefit from increased uptime: 99.9% availability guaranteed Fast, automatic, testable backups
Plus, learn more about how a disaster recovery plan and assessment by SADA Systems, a Microsoft U.S. Education Cloud Productivity Partner of the Year ensures that your organization is prepared for the unexpected before it’s too late.
Over the past year Microsoft has introduced major new disaster recovery capabilities in Azure. Services like Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup make it easy to replicate on-premises workloads to the cloud and implement a true hybrid cloud solution.
Join Craig Rayome, Practice Director for Cloud Infrastructure Solutions at 10th Magnitude and learn how your organization can use Azure to extend your datacenter, quickly recover from failures and easily scale to meet user demand. You will learn:
• Azure’s DR capabilities, cost, and offerings for on premise workloads to cloud and hybrid workloads
• The key DR services in Azure and how they work, delivering availability on demand
• Azure DR use cases—where have other companies achieved success?
• Tips for a successful Azure implementation
Attend this web seminar to learn how to ensure availability of your mission-critical applications without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining a disaster recovery site. You’ll join Jason Acord from Veeam as he provides a dive deep into the best practices for cloud-based disaster recovery. You’ll understand how the cloud can be an effective backup and disaster recovery option for your virtual machine environment.
The webcast will also discuss how you can implement Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) by building on a replication foundation and improve your recovery time and point objectives.
· Leverage image-based replication to ensure cloud-based disaster recovery for ALL applications
· Instantly switch to a VM replica from anywhere with just a few clicks through a secure web portal
· Keep your network secure without any complex setup or VPN
Mitigate: to reduce or minimize the undesirable effects of an event.
In this webinar, Frank Bell will explore the mitigation of disasters through both a theoretical and practical lens. Join him as he discusses the following:
-Examples of successful applications for earthquakes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters
-Methods of addressing floods and hurricane inundation in terms of current technology
-Relevance of standards and participation of various public and private stakeholders
-The current status of development of the technologies and cost-effectiveness
Learn the three R's of Disaster Recovery Planning on Today's SwissCast with Storage Switzerland and Carbonite.Read more >
Join Storage Switzerland and Accelerite for a live webinar “How To Prepare for the Disasters that Will Actually Happen”. In this webinar we will discuss how these types of man-made disasters differ from natural disasters, why they’re more costly than natural disasters and what steps IT professionals must take, right now, to make sure their businesses can recover from them.
All registrants attending the live webinar will also be entered into a drawing to win an Apple Watch given away after the webinar.
Many organizations have complex BC/DR plans consisting of several products, requiring multiple people to be present to execute the recovery, should disaster strike. This was the case at Long Term Care Group. They were using an orchestration tool with storage-based replication. Executing a DR test was becoming more and more difficult and confidence in their plan was fading.
Zerto Virtual Replication provides continuous block-level replication and fully automated and orchestrated failover, recovery, failback and DR testing. Mike Gelhar, Systems Engineer at Long Term Care Group knew they had found the solution they needed to deliver robust BC/DR while greatly reducing risk.
- Reduce risk with an automated solution that anyone can execute
- DR Testing ensures recovery through reports and provides the opportunity to make adjustments in the plan
- Maximize the investment with a solution that can simplify migrations and maintenance of the environment
- Installation is complete in one hour with no configuration changes so the carefully architected production environment is not changed, further reducing risk