Disk-to-Cloud (D2C) Data Protection Strategies 101
Reduced budgets and resources are still a reality for many businesses today. At the same time, they are being challenged by the continuing explosion of data.
Lower disk costs and bandwidth-optimized data transfer are fueling disk-to-cloud (D2C) and disk-to-disk-to-cloud (D2D2C) strategies. These cloud solutions are great options for midmarket and midsize enterprise companies. They provide automatic data protection with limited or no capital investment while offering both on- and off-premises data protection and archiving.
This webcast will show you how you can improve your organization’s ability to recover from any type of data loss while still keeping your budget in check. Learn about:
- Data Protection requirements
- Cloud vs. on-premises comparisons
- Considerations for selecting a service provider
Jackie Su joined Iron Mountain Digital, the technology arm of Iron Mountain, in November 2005 as the senior product marketing manager for Digital’s Data Protection and Recovery products and services including Connected® Backup for PC and Mac, Connected® Classify & Collect, LiveVault®, and CloudRecovery®. With more than 16 years of experience in high-technology companies, Su held director of marketing position with Genesys Logic, VP of business development with EPI (now part of Mentor Graphics), and a senior software architect and engineer position with Acer. Su holds a master degree in electronic engineering and computer science from National Central University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from National Chiao-Tung University in Taiwan.
Martin Tuip has more than a decade of IT experience. He started out his IT career in system administration, but has focused mostly on archiving and compliance products. He is the webmaster of a few resource sites for Exchange and SharePoint and as well is the owner of some of the world's largest user communities for these products and writes on one of the few archiving software dedicated blogs at www.archiving101.com.
Martin is a published author, a 10-time Microsoft MVP for Exchange Server.
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