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Tackling the backup and recovery challenges of tomorrow

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Tackling tomorrow's backup and recovery challenges with next-generation backup solutions from EMC

Paul Myerson, analyst for the Enterprise Strategy Group, and Paul Danahy, senior director of backup and archiving strategy at EMC

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Traditional approaches to backup simply cannot keep pace with today's information growth. Only next-generation backup solutions can respond to these data protection challenges, while making it easier to manage, protect and recover data than before.

In this videocast, Paul Myerson, analyst for the Enterprise Strategy Group, and Paul Danahy, senior director of backup and archiving strategy at EMC, will discuss the most pressing issues in today's data backup environments. These two storage management experts will explore some of the new approaches that you can employ to solve tomorrow's backup and recovery challenges.

About the speakers

Paul Danahy, senior director, backup and archiving strategy
Paul Danahy is senior director for backup and archiving strategy in EMC's Global Product Sales organization. In this role, he is responsible for EMC campaign strategy and integrated product solutions, with a focus on the backup, recovery and archive space. Danahy has been with EMC since 1997 and has more than 15 years of experience in the storage industry, holding positions in product management, marketing, system engineering and sales.

Prior to his current role, Danahy ran EMC's Backup, Recovery and Archive Practice on a worldwide basis. Before that, he was the corporate evangelist for the CLARiiON product family, and prior to that was one of the first employees in EMC's commercial sales division. Danahy holds a BS in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Paul Myerson, senior channel analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group
Paul Myerson is a senior channel analyst for the Enterprise Strategy Group, a leading analyst firm with solid roots in the storage practice.

This was first published in October 2007

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