Webinar: How to Design Primary Storage for GDPR

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As member countries turn the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into domestic law, vendor’s are focusing on secondary storage, backup, archive and disaster recovery. But what about primary storage? Is it possible to architect a primary storage system to take on most of the GDPR responsibility? IT professionals need to resist the temptation to treat primary storage as the source of the problem and not part of the solution.

Join Storage Switzerland and Tegile Systems for our on demand webinar, “How to Design Primary Storage for GDPR,” to learn how design primary storage architectures in the GDPR era. The data center now has three realities to deal with:

  1. Meeting the applications demand for more and more performance
  2. Meeting the immediate disaster recovery demands of GDPR
  3. Meeting the long-term data retention demands of GDPR

In this webinar, learn how to design a primary storage system to meet these demands.

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George Crump is the Chief Marketing Officer of StorONE. Prior to StorONE, George spent almost 14 years as the founder and lead analyst at Storage Switzerland, which StorONE acquired in March of 2020. In his spare time, he continues to write blogs on Storage Switzerland to educate IT professionals on all aspects of data center storage. He is the primary contributor to Storage Switzerland and is a heavily sought-after public speaker. With over 30 years of experience designing storage solutions for data centers across the US, he has seen the birth of such technologies as RAID, NAS, SAN, Virtualization, Cloud, and Enterprise Flash. Prior to founding Storage Switzerland, he was CTO at one of the nation's largest storage integrators where he was in charge of technology testing, integration, and product selection.

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