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Webcast: Cost-effective disaster recovery

Mark Lewis

Join SearchStorage.com and Advanced Systems Group CTO Mark Teter for a webcast on "Cost-effective disaster recovery". This webcast will give you some new ways of thinking about DR and offer tips on how you can save money deploying the technologies that best suit your company.

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After the blackouts in the Northeast, it's clear no company should be without a solid disaster recovery (DR) plan. But, you don't need to usurp your company's last dime to have an effective DR infrastructure. In this webcast, CTO of Advanced Systems Group, Mark Teter discusses how you can disaster recovery costs down and help you to decide between host-based and array-based replication. Aside from an overview of DR, Mark will also dig in to why database replication may NOT be the most efficient backup practice. View this webcast now.

Mark will also cover:
** Three types of resynchronization techniques
** How latency and the speed of light affect recovery times
** Application configurations that work with replication technologies
** And more!

Please join Mark Teter for this webcast right now.

About Mark Teter:

Mark Teter is Chief Technology Officer at Advanced Systems Group. He is a widely published author, speaker and consultant for many Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Teter provides consulting to many high-tech firms ranging from small venture capital businesses to large multinational corporations, and currently sits on several product advisory boards, including INVESCO Technology Funds, RBC Dain Raucher and Legg Mason Capital Markets.

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