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The Data Protection Playbook: How Software-Defined Backup Storage Keeps Business Running Smoothly

Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

Availability and recoverability are two of the highest priorities for businesses today. However, there are numerous challenges threatening the comprehensive data protection that organizations demand. Data needs to be protected against hardware failures, lapses in connectivity and file corruption, as well as ransomware and theft. Moreover, most businesses must safeguard data across many different locations, such as virtual servers, cloud servers and physical servers, in addition to desktops and roaming laptops. They also need to protect both Windows and Linux systems.

Join Rick Vanover, director of Technical Product Marketing for Veeam, and Michael Otey, senior contributor for Informa, to explore the critical issues, trends and best practices shaping data protection — and how the Veeam Agents for Windows and Linux help organizations keep their physical data available.

Topics include: 

•    Physical server and endpoint backup capabilities
•    Offsite data backup and restore options
•    Effective backup strategies, and where to use them

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Michael OteyMichael Otey is a senior contributing editor for ITPro Today and is president of TECA a technical writing, content creation, software-development and consulting company in Portland, Oregon. Michael is a former SQL Server Microsoft MVP. He covers data center, SQL Server, Windows Server, virtualization, hardware, storage, Azure, the hybrid cloud, systems management, VMware vSphere, containers, and PowerShell.

rick_vanover.pngRick Vanover is an MVP, vExpert, Cisco Champion, he is the Senior Director or Product Strategy for Veeam Software based in Columbus, Ohio. Rick’s IT experience includes system administration and IT management; with virtualization being the central theme of his career recently. Follow Rick on Twitter @RickVanover or @Veeam.