Data Protection Workshop - Attendee Portal
On behalf of Storage Decisions and Storage
Switzerland, thank you for registering to attend my all-new seminar & workshop!
Here's what you can expect at the event:
- Two hour-long presentations covering how to detect soft-spots in your data protection strategy,
and make cost-effective improvements based on your unique data center
- Ample networking time with your local peers in IT and the event sponsors during our
- One hour-long, interactive session where we'll tackle a realistic disaster scenario
- Plus, I'll offer tips, tricks and proven strategies to help you get noticed and get promoted -
3 attendees have already said attending this seminar has led to their promotion!
This page was exclusively built for you, to act as your guide to this year's event. Check back
biweekly for the new videos and expert content.
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Bring your colleague or team:
More likely than not, the decisions you're making regarding the backup and protection of your
company's data is made as part of a team. Refer your colleague or sign up your team to get the most
out of your workshop attendance. Contact Jen Tobin, Seminar Manager at 617-431-9722 or email@example.com.
This Week's Featured Video:
What is RPO? Recovery Point Objective
In this short video, George asks two key questions: How much data can you afford to lose due to
an interruption event? How much data are you willing to re-key? George explains.
protection challenges with virtualization and unstructured data
Your backup appliance wasn't designed to host virtual machines. Nobody ever thought of it...and if
that backup device is using very high-capacity hard drives, doing deduplication, doing compression,
and then you try to launch a virtual machine on it, what's the performance going to look like?
protection challenges in a mobile world
It's not just a devices issue. We're seeing resistance to enterprises adopting their own file sync
and share strategy...If you don't provide a file sync and share solution, users will do their own
thing, and there are risks associated with that.
This was first published in April 2014