Take Advantage of Cloud Backup to Kick-Start Your Disaster Recovery

Take Advantage of Cloud Backup to Kick-Start Your Disaster Recovery

Sponsored by: Druva

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As organization’s storage needs grow and expand geographies, they find that they do not have a comprehensive plan to rapidly recover from a natural disaster, cyberattack, or equipment failure. To make matters worse, companies that rely on traditional backup and recovery solutions are simply not able to keep up with the increasing data needs of today’s enterprise. These systems are overly complex, costly, and don’t scale well with the business.

A comprehensive answer to these data growth challenges is merging cloud backup with disaster recovery (DR). A unified solution that is cloud-native provides unlimited scalability, instant availability, long-term retention, and minimizes the impact on the business in case of a disaster. This seamless manageability and visibility of data across a range of locations and applications is crucial for long-term success.

Join Senior Analyst of Storage Technologies, Steven Hill of 451 Research and Druva’s Senior Product Marketing Manager, Seyi Verma, where they’ll highlight:

  • The growing need for updating and improving disaster recovery and data backup
  • What factors to consider when building a DR/BC plan
  • What to beware of when evaluating legacy and hybrid models for backup and DR
  • How cloud‐native backup and DR provides immediate failover to minimize downtime and impact
  • And more!

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Steven Hill is a Senior Analyst of Storage Technologies for 451 Research. He covers the latest generation of hyperconverged systems, cloud-based storage and business continuity/disaster recovery solutions for enterprise customers.



Seyi Verma is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Druva. He has over 16 years of experience in product management and marketing, driving initiatives around product launches and positioning for both hardware and software.