Date: Wednesday April 1, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Duration: 1 Hour
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Active Directory. What started as a tool for centralized domain management has become so much more. Today, many tools and applications use AD for authentication. Add Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) to the mix and AD is now an essential part of your network. For this reason, you must protect it. 20 years ago, cyber crime was something we saw in movies. Today, a ransomware attack occurs about every 14 seconds, and your Active Directory is now a major target.
If your AD goes down, you need technology to help you:
- Restore any object in AD and get affected users back to work quickly.
- Quickly pinpoint deleted or changed objects or attributes.
- Restore only the required attributes without restarting domain controllers.
Join IT Pro Today contributing editor Eric B. Rux and Quest Product Manager Michael Keenan to learn how Quest® Recovery Manager for Active Directory can protect this vital service and put your mind at ease.
Eric Rux, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Eric B. Rux is IT Director for a K-12 school in Washington. With nearly three decades in IT, Eric has worked for the U.S. Navy, a large power company, higher education and the manufacturing industry. When Eric isn’t working to keep students off inappropriate websites at school, he runs an IT consulting company and helps local businesses with their IT challenges.
Michael Keenan, Sr. Product Manager, Quest
Michael Keenan is Quest Sr. Product Manager with over 25 years developing and delivering best-in-class product solutions that span, real-time communications, data networks, and IT Management software. Over the past 5 years, Michael has been focused on enterprise-grade management software for Microsoft platforms such as Exchange, Skype, AD, and all workloads for Office 365.
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