On-demand Webinar: The Changing Rules of Backup in Business Continuity

May 2014
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On-demand Webinar: The Changing Rules of Backup in Business Continuity

 

With the increasing number of data-generating endpoints on the rise, efforts are being made to incorporate these new sources ofGigaOm data into backup strategies. Enterprises have spent considerable time and effort incorporating multiple data sources into their backup plans and are now beginning to confront the challenges of backing up cloud-based applications. Being able to protect data is useless if the data cannot be recovered in a quick and effective manner. Businesses need to overcome increasing costs, poor compliance, compromising Business Continuity (BC) and many other challenges.

A panel of industry experts recently discussed the shifting guidelines of backup in modern BC. Watch this analyst roundtable webinar to learn common pitfalls to avoid and steps to create a seamless, enterprise-wide BC system that meets performance requirements at the lowest possible cost.

In this roundtable session Gigaom Research, Marc Staimer, President & CDS, Dragon Slayer Consulting, Mike Karp, Vice President & Principal Analyst, Ptak, Noel & Associates and Eran Farajun, Executive Vice President at Asigra discussed:

 

  • What does the typical BC / DR system look like, and why?
  • What risks do data silos pose to Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, and how can IT work to eliminate them?
  • How should businesses integrate new data sources into a unified BC / DR system?
  • How can businesses meet Recovery Time Objectives and Recovery Point Objectives at the lowest possible cost?
  • What are key considerations when choosing partners?

 

Watch the webinar now

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