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Identity is the new control plane, which means that being able to back up and recover both your on-premises and Azure Active Directory databases is of critical importance. Most organizations are unsure of what to do in the event that a number of critical objects are accidentally or deliberately deleted from their on-premises or Azure AD instance.
In this session, Microsoft MVP and IT Pro contributing editor Orin Thomas will talk about:
- Best practices for backing up and recovering on-premises AD
- What you can and can’t do with Azure AD recycle bin
- How hybrid identity and Azure AD Connect may factor into your disaster recovery plans
- What to look for in a 3rd party Active Directory and Azure Active Directory backup and disaster recovery solutions
Attend this webinar to learn about the built-in backup and recovery technologies that you can leverage to roll back from unforced errors, problems, and even disasters with your on-premises Active Directory and Azure Active Directory databases.
Note: Live webcast attendees will be entered into a raffle to win a copy of Orin Thomas’ book, “Windows Server 2016 Inside Out”.
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Orin Thomas is an MVP, an MCT and has a string of Microsoft MCSE and MCITP certifications. He has written more than 30 books for Microsoft Press IT Pro topics. He is an author at PluralSight and is a contributing editor at Windows IT Pro magazine. He has been working in IT since the early 1990's and regularly speaks at conferences in Australia and around the world.
Keri Farrell is a Senior Product Manager for Quest Recovery Manager and has worked in the IT industry for 21 years. She specializes in Disaster Recovery for both Active Directory and Exchange which began when she worked for Microsoft Support in 1996. Keri has co-authored numerous technical documents, including whitepapers on eDiscovery, Data Protection and Disaster Recovery Scenarios. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Computer Information Systems from Bryant University in Smithfield, RI.