Hybrid Cloud Backups: How to Get More for Less
Prior to joining ESG, Jason was a Microsoft senior technical product manager for its System Center Operations Manager and Data Protection Manager products, along with Windows Server 2008/R2 file/storage features. He has been a certified business continuity planner (CBCP) and a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Trainer (MSCE/MCT), and he was awarded as a Microsoft MVP in file system and storage solutions. Jason has been a featured speaker at many server-infrastructure, business continuity, and storage events around the world, and his articles have appeared in numerous IT industry journals. Check out Jason’s book, Data Protection for Virtual Data Centers.
Jason studied computer science at Texas A&M University and participated in the university’s Corps of Cadets. He is a very active volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America, serving as a District Commissioner, Assistant Scoutmaster, and advisor in the Order of the Arrow. He is also an avid gamer who occasionally blogs as XboxDad.com.
Abdicating your company’s data protection responsibilities to the first cloud solution provider you encounter is as unwise as doing nothing to leverage the cloud at all. On the other hand, it would be a very wise decision to investigate what results you could achieve by choosing a backup technology that is capable of supporting a hybrid approach covering both on-premises and offsite cloud capabilities.
Attend this webinar to learn how to:
- Understand how organizations are managing the data backup process
- Gain insights into the pros and cons of offsite cloud capabilities
- Hear the truth why a hybrid approach to a backup architecture would be better
- Learn what to look for in a Hybrid Backup Solution
Register for this webinar to learn why a hybrid approach is a far more realistic and effective way to go for companies of nearly all sizes.
BONUS: All registrants will receive a copy of "Hybrid Cloud Backup Delivers More for Less". In this technology brief, research firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) shares their perspective on the increasing importance of a hybrid approach which combines on-premise and cloud capabilities to meet today's data protection requirements.