Webcast: Continuous backup

Mark Lewis

Join and Glasshouse Technologies CTO James Damoulakis for a webcast on "Continuous Data Protection: Rewriting the rules." This webcast will shed light on a new way of thinking about backup and how you should think about deploying this methodology in your organization.

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More about "Continuous Data Protection: Rewriting the rules:"
If you find yourself continually scratching and clawing to fit all of your backups in a certain window, you may want to consider a new approach –- continuous data backup (CDP). In this webcast you'll learn a new way of thinking about backup that removes all semblance of a backup window from the daily equation. Jim covers how this approach can lead to instant restores, the vendors that offer these solutions and how this strategy fits into your overall backup and recovery plan.

What you'll walk away with:
** An explanation on how CDP differs from what you are doing now
** How this method could lead to instant restores
** Detailed grid of which vendors offer these products
** The ability to ask Jim your specific CDP questions

Please join James Demoulakis for this webcast right now.

About James Demoulakis:
James Damoulakis is CTO at GlassHouse Technologies. Jim brings 20 years of experience in systems, storage, backup/recovery, and DR.

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