Proven practices for BCDR in healthcare. Make sure your organization is prepared.
Do you know what your business would do if a natural or man-made disaster occurred? Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) typically isn't at the top of your list of priorities until something goes wrong. Yet it's more important than ever to be prepared, as the proliferation of data and information has created additional complexity for storage and record administration teams in healthcare. Many teams are particularly concerned about the detection and prevention of cyber-attacks and other criminal disasters.
Join this webinar to:
Find out how your healthcare organization can deploy modern, cost-effective data and cloud solutions with Microsoft.
Hear about the BCDR approaches that other trusted healthcare institutions have employed and what they've learned along the way.
Learn how Microsoft helps ease the burden of data recovery by providing management and enablement of scalable, more secure cloud solutions for healthcare customers worldwide.
RecordedFeb 5 201937 mins
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Enrico Signoretti, Gigaom and Gregg Ogden, Commvault
Effective and efficient recovery is a critical goal for every IT department. But how do you put your organization in a position to realize this? Understanding recovery readiness is key to being ready and mitigating the everyday risks to your business data.
Not too long ago, the only goal of a backup was to simply make a copy of data — with minimal RTO and RPO issues. Today, recovery readiness needs to account for the growing scale of data spread across a large number of applications and platforms. All of this is compounded by compliance with evolving data regulations and SLAs. Recovery readiness isn’t just a set of best practices, it’s being ready with modern methods to think about backup.
In this webinar you will learn:
How to avoid data silos that reduce efficiency by utilizing a single platform approach
Why data that is easier to backup and recover becomes easier to reuse for greater business value
How the backup and recovery landscape is changing, from finding the right versions of data to the use of machine learning
Learn what’s needed to develop a plan for cloud data migration – and cloud data protection. Organizations of all sizes are rapidly adopting multiple clouds, but need to ask key questions:
What is the best first workload for your cloud project?
Do you have the right tools in place for high volume data migration?
Could you be replacing tape and legacy products with a cloud-based data protection strategy?
Are you missing cost-saving opportunities in your current cloud project?
Are you overlooking automation opportunities to speed your project?
Whether you’re just starting in the cloud or have a goal to be cloud-first, understand how to develop a cloud data strategy.
Commvault - Gregg Ogden Sr Solutions Manager, Mark Rytwinski Sr Director Product Management, David Porco Sr Product Manager
Today’s hybrid- or cloud-based enterprises are more complex than ever before – making management of data copies much harder, and more expensive.
To be effective, you have to know how to migrate applications to the cloud – or any other platform – without losing your shirt in the process. Solutions that provide advanced capabilities for application and database migration, copy data management and disaster recovery are a must.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Commvault Orchestrate provides what you need to automate and orchestrate data copies – whether on-premises or in the cloud:
• Orchestrated migration to Cloud
• Self-service for DBAs or End-users
• Support for industry-leading applications
Copy Data Management (CDM)
• Dev/test support
• Instant virtual copies of databases and applications
A global sports brand needed to migrate data from legacy backup products used across its enterprise to consolidate its data centers. The company had more than 2,000 servers and multiple petabytes of data to protect.
Join the webinar to hear how the global sports brand adopted an environment that is:
protected across geographic regions using Commvault Complete™ Backup and Recovery combined with Amazon Web Services (AWS) storage services.
Sheila FitzPatrick President FitzPatrick & Associates, Patrick McGrath Digital Transformation Leader Commvault
Companies raced to meet the May 2018 deadline to meet Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation with varying degrees of success, but if they learned anything since it is this: GDPR isn’t a one and done exercise. The GDPR might be the most eye-catching data privacy law on the books because of the outsized potential fine (up to 4% of revenue), but it is simply one of the first and most far-reaching such laws. Many more are emerging around the world and, indeed, in many US states. Some of the regulations overlap, while others conflict, meaning organizations face the ugly reality of having to deal with a patchwork quilt of laws.
In this webinar we’ll examine:
- Lessons learned to date
- The key differences between the new regulations
- Pain points companies are having (simply shutting off customers in
the EU is not a sustainable practice)
- Best approaches moving forward
Keith Townsend, CTO Advisor and Penny Gralewski, Commvault
The multi-cloud reality means never before imagined flexibility for recovery, but also the potential for unmanageable complexity. Harnessing the power of multi-cloud for your recovery is essential in order to meet increasingly strict data compliance rules, combat the prevalence of ransomware, and maintain business continuity.
Managing a multi-cloud environment requires the use of policy-based automation, artificial intelligence and other tools that watch for anomalies in the data infrastructure and help ensure your multi-cloud recovery plan is continually ready.
In this webinar you will learn:
-How multi-cloud disaster recovery can help you meet multiple RTO and RPO targets with granular recovery
-Lessons from real world customers involving physical infrastructure disruptions and ransomware outages
-What omnidirectional cloud recovery means for your overall cloud strategy
Harsha Sheshapp, Senior Engineer, Metro Trains Australia & Christian Rota, AWS & Mark Bentkower, Commvault
Whether you’re looking to get started in the cloud, defining your strategy or working to improve on your current cloud execution, the cloud can be complex. So how can you truly make your cloud strategy a reality?
Harsha Sheshappa, Senior Engineer from Metro Trains Australia, shares key advice for addressing cloud data management challenges. He will provide an insight to their cloud journey and how they addressed key business challenges, while delivering practical advice you can use now.
The webinar will address key questions including:
How will the cloud add value?
What data should you move to the cloud?
How do you keep data secure when migrating?
How do you maintain control over all your data, on-premise and in the cloud?
As the move to multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud accelerates, it’s vital that data protection strategies progress and that on-premises data management and protection take on cloud characteristics of agility, flexibility, and scalability.
Join us to hear how one of Australia's leading Universities leverages the Commvault and Cisco UCS solution in transforming their hybrid cloud strategy and data center environment, allowing them to better serve students and academics, and keep research data safe.
Learn how two industry leaders, Cisco and Commvault, are working together to help customers achieve data center modernization, and overcome the challenges of implementing hyperconverged infrastructure and hybrid IT.
Please join Naveen Chhabra, Senior Analyst at Forrester; Vijay Venugopal, Cisco Senior Director of Product Management for HyperFlex; and Jonathan Howard, Commvault Director of Technical Alliances to learn more about why an integrated Cisco-Commvault implementation addresses data centers' key challenges.
Ned Bellavance, Ned in the Cloud LLC and Matt Tyrer, Commvault
Data protection for on-premises workloads isn’t anything new in IT. The same cannot be said for data protection in the cloud. Managing a single cloud service seems manageable, but how do you protect your data across multiple clouds and services? With the increasing prevalence of data regulation, how can you embrace multi-cloud and meet your SLAs, while staying in compliance? What specific features should you be looking for in a potential cloud-native data management solution?
In this webinar you will learn:
Common misconceptions about cloud data protection
Why cloud-native data protection is essential for a successful multi-cloud strategy
The real-world implications of cloud data protection
Requirements of a modern, consolidated data management solution
The business, operational, and risk management advantages of cloud-native data protection
Time to turn off your legacy backup! Commvault moves that old data to the cloud.
Are you still paying maintenance on old backup systems just because you aren’t sure what to do with those backup and archive data sets that still need to be kept for compliance or retention requirements? What if you could migrate those backups and archives directly to the cloud while preserving the important metadata such as the original retention date stamps and times?
Join Commvault to learn how to move backups and archives out of legacy systems – and store those datasets and workloads directly in cloud storage.
Our technical subject matter experts will explain how the Commvault platform can automatically capture legacy backups and archives for cloud migration. Learn how to move backups to the cloud from any of these systems:
IBM Spectrum Protect, previously called Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM)
Dell EMC NetWorker
Dell EMC Avamar
Microsoft Data Protection Manager (DPM)
Microfocus Data Protector, previously HP Data Protector
You don’t need to keep that old system running in the corner “just in case.” Learn how to streamline your IT workload, provide better data availability, and include your legacy backups in enterprise search.
Ray Ford, GDPR Institut and Nigel Tozer, Commvault
A year on from the start date, many organisations are quietly admitting they still don’t consider themselves to be compliant with GDPR. Surveys are coming out that confirm this, all at a time when the regulators seem to be getting serious about enforcing this regulation. The question is this – are GDPR plans failing, or is gaining control of data the real challenge?
In many organisations the main challenge is still data:
Avoiding a breach and dealing with its consequences
Dealing with data on laptops and in the cloud
Finding and erasing data
This webinar will help you build a data strategy for GDPR and beyond, and as well as dealing with the topics above, we will also take a look at how good data controls can provide financial and business benefits beyond mere compliance. The session is suitable for Chief Data Officers, Data Protection Officers and IT teams responsible for data management.
John Burke, Nemertes and Penny Gralewski, Commvault
Multi-cloud environments can drive agility, but only if cloud data management and data protection are part of the strategy. How can today’s IT leader manage data assets across clouds and on-premises environments? With demands for data to be readily available, how do IT professionals know what data should live in which cloud region or cloud storage option? What are the rapid recovery options for data and workloads stored in multiple clouds? With new cloud regions opening every few months, how do teams keep up on global cloud storage options? In this webinar you will learn:
- Ideas to move, manage and use data across multiple clouds
- Suggestions for pre-planning multi-cloud data protection to save time, effort and stress around data availability
- Insights on new country-specific data handling regulations
- Best practices for maximizing flexibility in a multi-cloud environment
Robin Gareiss, Nemertes Research and Penny Gralewski, Commvault
IT leaders looking for flexibility and cost savings may be surprised to learn data protection has a role in both cloud migrations and IT modernization efforts. Combine the goals of your cloud data migration, IT modernization initiative and data protection plans and you can potentially move more data and run more applications in the cloud.
You can create a cloud migration plan that includes automation and orchestration to speed moving applications, databases, virtual machines and more to the cloud. Consolidating multiple data protection products can mean risk reduction in downtime, data loss, recovery speed, and litigation support.
Join this webinar to learn:
Where data protection fits in an IT modernization strategy
How to speed cloud data migration initiatives
When it's time to turn off an aging backup platform
Why old backup and disaster recovery products won't meet your needs
What industry changes make data recovery a critical priority
Penny Gralewski and Mary Ellen Cavanaugh - Commvault
You have questions about Office 365 backup and recovery – we have answers. Learn what you need to know about Office 365 data protection.
One big question: do I need Office 365 backup and restore? Answer: yes, yes you do.
We’ll explain the details and provide tips to help your Office 365 data strategy.
Learn the answers to these common questions:
Who is responsible for Office 365 data protection?
What should I know about Exchange Online backup and restore?
Where can I store SharePoint Online backups?
When should I plan OneDrive for Business backups?
Why is backup important for Office 365 data migration?
Join Commvault for this new and informative webinar.
Scott Lowe, AcutalTech Media and Phil Wandrei, Commvault
Traditional scale-up architectures for secondary storage use a plethora of expensive, single purpose servers, storage and gateways for duties that range from media control to supporting services such as data protection, storage management, deduplication and encryption.
These complex environments are hard to manage - costly and limit options and agility - which has given rise to new scale-out alternatives. But some of the new tools come with hardware limitations. What you need is an approach that uses standard servers and a common layer of software that can easily adapt to your changing needs. In this webinar we’ll examine what to look for in a scale-out architecture for secondary storage that can:
Improve operational efficiencies
Provide proactive monitoring and central policy management
Reduce storage cost and drive greater utilization
Improve data resiliency and availability
Janet King, HIMSS Media and Mike Leonard, Commvault
Cloud Usage in Healthcare: Preparing for the Next Wave
New HIMSS Research Reveals Latest Cloud Trends in Healthcare
Once a laggard, the healthcare industry – specifically healthcare providers - are now leveraging cloud computing more than ever. Healthcare providers are looking beyond private cloud deployments to hybrid and public cloud environments. This expanding usage is introducing new questions and challenges for today’s cloud stakeholders as they seek to manage and protect rapidly growing volumes of data.
In this session, Janet King, Senior Director of Market Insights for HIMSS Media, will lead a discussion that draws on the latest HIMSS research to explore what the next wave of cloud migration will look like in healthcare. More specifically, as the healthcare cloud footprint grows and organizations move beyond private cloud to public and hybrid models, how are organizations moving, managing, and using data effectively across these environments?
Join the conversation to learn more about: :
What the cloud footprint looks like for healthcare providers. How are workloads distributed across private, public and hybrid models?
The common challenges faced by healthcare providers that are moving to the cloud. How are data protection challenges, compliance concerns, backup/recovery concerns impacting cloud decisions?
The steps hospitals and health systems are taking to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data in the cloud.
Appliances are part of our everyday life, especially in the home. They provide convenience and save us time and money. However, with their known and proven benefits, appliances are not widely used for data protection and management. Too often, organizations take a "Do-It-Yourself" approach with their backup and recovery solution, and waste time and money.
Attend this webinar to view a short demonstration on how easy it is to set up a Commvault appliance and learn why switching delivers:
Simple operation with a single solution and web-based user interface to manage and protect all of your data
Predictable, scalable performance and costs, so you always know what to expect
Streamlined support through a single vendor
If your backup and recovery solution has become too costly, complex, or just plain cumbersome, it is time switch and simplify your environment.
Dave Hiechel, Eagle Technologies and Greg Bennett, Commvault
Backup and recovery has become increasingly complex due to the continued exponential growth of data and the need to protect it across physical, virtual, endpoint, and cloud environments. In response, IT has implemented solutions to address each of these use cases. But what started out as a noble effort to protect data with ‘optimized’ solutions has morphed into a convoluted mess of point products, each with its own interface, capabilities, and hardware and software infrastructure. These data silos increase complexity and make recovery challenging. Bottom line, this is unsustainable.
You need a complete solution that can address each of these uses cases without increasing complexity in your environment. In this webinar, you’ll learn how Commvault Complete Backup & Recovery:
- significantly reduces your management complexity
- improves operational efficiency
- lowers costs vs. managing multiple point products so you can focus your valuable IT resources on more strategic initiatives
Barry Hubbard, TiVo Inc. and Bill Byron Concevitch, Commvault
Whether the result of organic growth, M&A activity, or trying to solve specific use cases with targeted solutions, IT environments typically end up with a mix of single-function tools for backup, recovery and archiving, and usually from a range of vendors. Not only is this expensive, but it also significantly increases management complexity and makes it difficult, if not impossible, for IT to answer boardroom calls to extract more value from data and better safeguard that data in the face of stringent new compliance requirements.
In this webinar we examine how to build a case for consolidating backup and recovery tools, looking at:
• Operational efficiencies that can be realized by reducing product and vendor count
• The potential for Capex and Opex savings
• How consolidation makes it easier to meet RTO/RPO objectives
• What can be gained when it comes to responding to ransomware
• How it makes it easier to use cloud for backup and recovery, and meet compliance requirements