It’s New Year resolution time. Let 2016 be the year you take a critical look at your backup and recovery plans to see if you can actually meet your firms uptime SLAs - both written and unwritten.
If you’re not already, you’ll be challenged to protect end-user data, apps running on hyper-converged systems and in the cloud. What happens if you add non-traditional devices to your network through IoT initiative?
During this webcast we’ll discuss the rapid evolution of IT in the past few years and what data protection professionals can do to address these changes, open the lines of communication, and garner the budget to make needed adjustments in their plans and processes.
This Webinar will cover:
- The high cost of doing nothing
- How recovery fits into IT plans
- Priorities: Getting your ducks in a row
- How to minimize the cost of change
If you have already registered, click here to access
Frank Ohlhorst is an award-winning technology journalist and IT industry analyst, with extensive experience as a business consultant, editor, author, and blogger. Frank works with both technology startups and established technology ventures, helping them to build channel programs, launch products, validate product quality, create marketing materials, author case studies, eBooks and white papers.
Frank is currently freelancing for eWeek, Enterprise Security Planet, Enterprise Networking Planet, CIO.COM, Desktop Engineering Magazine, Techrepublic, Peerlyst and several other publications. Frank has served in a variety of notable IT management and editorial roles and has extensive experience creating content, conducting research, managing teams, deploying enterprise technologies and launching new publications. Frank has written thousands of IT-centric articles and has consulted on hundreds of technology projects.
Michael Grant: Senior Director of Product Marketing, Dell Data Protection
For nearly 2 decades, Michael has been helping firms sort through the complexity of data management solutions to find the best answer for protecting and managing their most important asset, information.