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Webinar: Data Resilience vs Data Backups for System Integrators

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Thursday 13th April 2017 @ 2pm (Approx. 30 mins)
Webinar: Data Resilience vs Data Backups for System Integrators

Presented by David Wilkinson, Managed Platform Product Manager


Join this webinar to hear how SolutionsPT can enable you to increase the value of your service contracts supplied to the End User, through the delivery of Proteus, our new Disaster Resilience Managed Service.  During this webinar we will explore the risks associated with data backups and highlight the benefits of disaster resilience services, whilst showing you how to:

  • Reduce your costs of managing your customers’ Industrial IT Infrastructure
  • De-risk the taking and checking of backups on a regular basis
  • Provide documented recovery plans for system failure
  • Remove the need for legacy backups
  • Develop strategic roadmaps for future expansion/management of legacy systems
  • Test and develop applications offline in a virtual sandbox environment
  • Recover critical data in an event of failure through a combination of local backup virtualisation, off-site replication and bare metal restore

 

We will also address some of the key considerations for the End User, highlighting the legal implications of losing data between the backup and the failure.  The rise of ransomware and the importance of backup and recovery within a cyber-security policy

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If you are looking for an effective backup and recovery solution, and want to learn more about the benefits of Disaster Resilience, simply register to attend this webinar by completing the registration form below.

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