With SharePoint becoming more entrenched in organizations its importance to the business has increased significantly. SharePoint might not be directly linked to revenue generation in your organization but it’s most likely become a tool that people use daily and when there is a failure or data loss, you hear about it. SharePoint is unlike other products organizations have adopted, its very nature is an IT administrators nightmare – puts the power into the hands of the users. Specifically its value proposition to the business creates support pain for IT. This webinar will provide you with a holistic view of SharePoint backup and restore with a focus on key subjects that must be covered in order to plan, design, implement and manage a SharePoint backup and restore solution that meets requirements and is sustainable.
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Ron Charity is a published technologist with over 20 years in infrastructure and application consulting. He’s worked in the US, Canada, Australia, and Europe, and has worked with SharePoint technologies since 2000. Currently, he is responsible for a large global SharePoint environment consisting of several farms that service more than 300,000 users. Outside of work, he plays lead guitar in a band and enjoys his Harley Nightster, his Superbird, and traveling.
Paul LaPorte is a veteran technologist with deep experience in business continuity and disaster recovery. Paul has lead product efforts for email, security and disaster recovery technology leaders. Previously, Paul was the principle strategist and researcher for Continuity Research, a research and consulting firm in the business continuity space, and a senior executive of Evergreen Assurance, a pioneer in real-time disaster recovery for mission critical applications. Paul currently is the Director of Product Marketing for Backup and Storage products at Metalogix.