Tips For a New Approach to HCI Data Backup and Recovery

Presented by

Enrico Signoretti, Analyst, GigaOm; Alan Conboy, Office of CTO, Scale Computing; Jon McCarrick, Partner Evangelism, Acronis

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Hyperconvergence is now at the core of many IT infrastructures. No matter the size of your organization, you need to protect infrastructure, applications, and the data necessary to run your business and compete at its best. There are several solutions to protect your data, retrieve and reuse it when necessary. Ease of use, speed, and efficiency are at the base of modern backup tools, but there is now more to take into account if you want to transform a liability into an asset. In this webinar, GigaOm analyst Enrico Signoretti will be joined by Alan Conboy from Scale Computing and Jon McCarrick from Acronis to talk about modern data protection strategies and solutions aimed at simplifying infrastructure while increasing the value of data. Key points include: - Why data protection should be integrated into your HCI - Data protection options: Snapshots, backups, DR and beyond - New threats and new solutions - Backup as a tool to make more of your data Who Should Attend: - CxO - IT Managers - Project Managers - Sysadmins

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