Join us for a Lunch & Learn event, "Disaster Recovery: Who Defines a Disaster and What Happens Next?," presented by StorageCraft.
Experiencing a site-wide failure, failed infrastructure, server down or missing file are different degrees of disruption. Does your current approach to disaster recovery recognize all of these degrees? Learn more about failover strategies and returning your operations to the primary systems after a failure.Software, hardware, and colocation of data are only part of a disaster recovery strategy. In this session, we will discuss strategies and facts related to keeping your data safe, available, recoverable and your business running in the event of multiple failure types. CIO, CTO, IT Directors, and Admins are all likely to learn something.
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During lunch, you will learn how to keep your data safe, available, and recoverable so that you can stay productive. To register for the event, fill out the form to the right.
Mark Deal, StorageCraft Sales Engineer
Decades of experience within technology, data center, backup and recovery, and storage make Mark a resource to get to know. As a former EMC TA he brings insight into the challenges of legacy technology and approaches to data management and how modern technology can help your data work for you.
Carl Bjerke, StorageCraft Enterprise Account Manager
Dedicated to the success of his reseller community Carl is passionate about technology and the impact it can have on an organization. He firmly believes there is no "best" technology but rather a "best solution" to solve a problem that takes into account technology, price, ease of use, and complexity of integration.
Date: Thursday, May 9, 2019
Time: 11:45 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
Location: Undercurrent Restaurant, Greensboro, NC