The Six Requirements for a Data Resiliency Plan

Presented by

Chris Mellon and James Keating

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Ransomware, data theft, hardware failure, and natural disasters are some of the threats to your data. Backup is your “restore of last resort,” used when everything else fails, but it is time-consuming and can’t always recover all your data. Features like encryption, replication, immutability, and others are available to help organizations defend against these threats, but they all require proper implementation and preplanning to be effective. Organizations need to develop a data resiliency plan that protects their data against these threats and lessens the dependence on backups while reducing costs. Join StorONE’s Chief Product Strategist, George Crump, and Solutions Architect, James Keating, as they review the data threat list and how to design a multi-level data resiliency plan to ensure continuous data access regardless of the threat the organization faces. Learn what data resiliency features you need and how to implement them properly. Register Now Live on: Wednesday, December 1st at 11:00 am ET / 8:00 am PT *All attendees will receive an advance copy of our latest white paper, “Developing a Data Resiliency Plan for Continuous Data Access.”

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