Disaster Recovery Workshop: Dealing with New Requirements, Expectations, and Threats

Disaster Recovery (DR) is changing, and DR plans need to change with it. Legislative bodies want companies to not only prove their ability to recover from a disaster, but they have specific guidelines as to how long that effort can take. There is also an increasing amount of scrutiny over how to retain disaster recovery data. Organizations are placing even higher expectations on IT in terms of recovery speed and acceptable data loss. However, some of the organization’s expectations may conflict with government regulations. Lastly, as if a natural disaster weren’t enough, there are also new threats to prepare for like ransomware.

Are you ready to deal with the new requirements, expectations, and threats that disaster recovery plans need to cover? At Commvault Go, George Crump, Founder and Lead Analyst of Storage Switzerland will be presenting a complete disaster recovery workshop to help you create and update your plan to meet the new disaster recovery realities. Attendees will be able to attend the workshop at no additional charge.

To learn more, visit Commvault Go!’s registration page.

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Twelve years ago George Crump founded Storage Switzerland with one simple goal; to educate IT professionals about all aspects of data center storage. He is the primary contributor to Storage Switzerland and is a heavily sought after public speaker. With over 25 years of experience designing storage solutions for data centers across the US, he has seen the birth of such technologies as RAID, NAS and 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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