Backup Recovery as a Service: Prepare for Ransomware With Backblaze + Cloud IBR

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Troy Liljedahl, Backblaze, Gregory Tellone, from Cloud Instant Backup Recovery (Cloud IBR) and Marty Williams, Veeam

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Unlock simplicity in backup recovery with Cloud Instant Backup Recovery. Join Troy Lijedahl, Backblaze and Greg Tellone, from Cloud IBR, and Marty Williams, Veeam, for a practical and technical BRaaS webinar. You will receive an easy-to-implement Backup Recovery as a Service (BRaaS) playbook for cyber resilience and learn ransomware recovery tactics tailored for anyone who needs a simple and cost-effective disaster recovery solution to reduce RTOs from weeks to hours. By registering to this event you agree to receive more information about Backblaze, Veeam, Cloud IBR and possibly other partnership products and services. If you decide you are not interested in receiving these communications you will always have the option to opt-out of receiving them by clicking the “Unsubscribe” link provided in the email. Cloud IBR - Cloud IBR Cloud Instant Backup Recovery A simple, cost-effective, and fully-automated Disaster Recovery SaaS platform for your Veeam backups stored in Backblaze B2 and Wasabi Object Storage, with on-demand, automation-driven Bare Metal Cloud server and storage infrastructure. The easy-to-use interface and affordability … Read More at
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