October 31, 2012: Lessons Learned in 2012: Real Customer Stories
- Published on October 31, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Informational Update For October 31, 2012
Lessons Learned in 2012: Real Customer Stories: Join us Thursday, November 8, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
Like any other year, 2012 was 365 days of unpredictability and "just doing the best we can." For most organizations, this means the daily routines of maintaining business functions, keeping the company running and dealing with problems only when they appear. However, as the world continues to grow and change, "making do" is no longer enough and understanding the past is a large part of finding success in the future. Sadly, the reality is that most businesses do not have the time or resources to dedicate to staying on top of the constantly changing trends and properly preparing their organizations for the unseen and unknown. Join RES-Q™ for this webinar to hear about:
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Donâ€™t miss this opportunity to hear about real-world problem solving, what worked for these customers, what didnâ€™t and why they occurred in the first place. Do your organization a favor and learn from the experiences of others in this webinar on Thursday, November 8th from 2:00pm to 3:00pm to get ahead and stay ahead when 2013 rolls around.
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. Weâ€™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. Weâ€™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. Weâ€™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.
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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 industryâ€™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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