Improving the State of MS-SQL Backup

Presented by

George Crump & Chris Schin

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Organizations of all sizes are delivering mission critical applications to users and customers that are built on Microsoft SQL. But many of these organizations lack the time, skill sets and tools required to develop a capable data protection strategy. Instead they count on an ad-hoc collection of SQL and Operating System utilities that may leave SQL data exposed and at risk. Register for Storage Switzerland’s upcoming Webinar “The State of SQL Data Protection” where George Crump, Lead Analyst with Storage Switzerland will cover the state of SQL backup and disaster recovery (DR) and how it can go wrong. He will provide recommendations on how to simplify the backup process for SQL databases and the benefits of having an on-site backup to provide faster local restores in addition to an off-site DR copy for protection in case of a more extensive failure. Chris Schin from Zetta will also be on hand to discuss the functionality of Zetta’s DataProtect version 4.0. With their SQL plug-in that uses native SQL backup techniques, this software solution can simplify the process of protecting SQL Server databases and provide a fast recovery solution for multiple SQL databases, efficiently at a price even smaller companies can afford.

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