November 1, 2012: What Are You Doing in the Cloud?
- Published on Thursday, November 01, 2012
- Written by Web Editor
Informational Update For November 1, 2012
Monday, November 5, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Everyone is moving to the cloud for backup and recovery. But to make the cloud really work for you and your organization, you need to know how to use the cloud, how to choose the cloud, and how to lose that obsolete, hard-to-use management interface.
Take a fast-paced one-hour tour through the hottest trends in cloud backup and recovery.
Trend #1: Customized system architecture. We'll evaluate the three system architectures you need to understand and determine which is best for you based on your mission-critical data protection and recovery time objectives (RTOs).
Trend #2: The purpose-built cloud. We'll explore why not all clouds are alike and what you must know when you move your sensitive data to the cloud.
Trend #3: Social management. We'll address how social media are simplifying day-to-day system management and how to find a solution that corresponds to the way you communicate today.
Join our cloud experts, including Arleen Urquhart, EVault product marketing manager, and find out how to make the right decisions when it comes to building the cloud-based backup and recovery solution that saves your data and your butt.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
A solid crisis communications strategy is increasingly becoming a standard requirement for many industries. To this end, analysts predict continued high adoption of automated emergency/mass notification systems (EMNS). And while these systems can send thousands of messages simultaneously, it is imperative that we understand the limitations of notification systems that are relying on databases that may or may not be integrated with other systems, kept up to date or tested regularly.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Beyond delivering the information how the person wants it, you should be able to use your phone or smart device to drive agility and ensure that being away from a computer isn't the reason for a longer time to respond or restore normal operations. The communications system you use for incident management should allow you to build a message or report a problem, initiate or send a message or scenario, access documents and plans, view the real time results of who is responding and view the situation status from amobile position. What if the system was so smart it suggested the right document or plan for you?
DRJ Has an Exciting New Promotion For Spring World 2013!
DRJ is offering an extra discount for a limited time only. From now until November 23, all registrants can save an additional $50. This discount will be applied in addition to the early bird registration discount of $200! Our registration costs will be at their lowest ever offered! You don't want to miss your chance to register at this low price! No coupon codes are needed. The discounts are automatically applied when you register.
Spring World 2013 is the biggest and best conference in the industry. We are loading the agenda with exciting new topics and some of the industry's leading experts. Attendees can choose from more than 40 sessions, workshops and courses.
An early look at the agenda reveals sessions on resiliency, leadership, communications, industry standards and compliance, social media, cloud based disaster recovery and much more! Plus, this conference features our one-day Senior Advanced Track for experienced practitioners.
Spring World 2013 also features a full exhibition hall, numerous networking events and daily meals. You get more for your money at DRJ conferences! And, with our limited time discount, you can save even more!
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