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Backup school: Lesson five

Backup School: Lesson 5



"Recovering from OS and application loss"

Losing an operating system or an application is always a nightmare. Lesson five of "Backup school" gives you the tools you need to prevent and recover from either of these losses.

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Application or OS corruption can have a serious impact on data loss. Lesson five of SearchStorage.com's Backup School covers ways to prevent and recover from the loss of applications or an OS. Professor Dorian Cougias shows you what the best methods of restoring both are, the basics of disk imaging and setting up a solid network architecture to protect against any losses.

What you'll walk away with:
** The basics of disk imaging
** How to set up emergency recovery disks
** Setting up a stable and scalable network architecture
** The ability to ask Dorian your specific backup questions

Please join Dorian Cougias for this webcast right now. Also, follow along with class with this worksheet.

About Dorian Cougias:
Dorian Cougias is the founder and CEO of Network Frontiers, a company that focuses on disaster recovery, security, and IT infrastructure consulting, training, and books. His latest work is "The Backup Book: Disaster Recovery from Desktop to Data Center 3rd Ed."

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This was first published in April 2004

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