Learn The Five Levels of Protection Required to Eliminate Backup and DR

Presented by

George Crump, CMO StorONE - Joe Nielson - Product Manager Intel

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What if you could do more than consolidate storage? What if you could also consolidate backup and disaster recovery into a single solution? It would enable you to lower costs while achieving better results. Designing a primary storage solution that consolidates all these processes is no small task, but we've done precisely that in StorONE's NEW Q3-2020 release. In this webinar, you'll learn the five levels of protection that a primary storage system needs to provide for you to have confidence in eliminating the backup and disaster recovery processes. For the first time, we will also introduce some of the newest features in our Q3-2020 release that raise the bar on primary storage data protection. Register now to learn about the File Levels of Primary Storage Protection: 1. Protection from a storage controller failure 2. Protection from data corruption 3. Protection from media, drive shelf and even rack failures 4. Protection from ransomware attacks 5. Protection from local and regional disasters All registrants get a copy of our white paper "Reducing Backup Costs with Better Primary Storage" soon after registering.

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