You might be interested in this DR topic. DR is essential part of IT. What factors that are critical for the effective disaster recovery plan implementation?
There might still be, however, enterprises or SMBs without proper strategy, without a DR plan. If anything goes wrong, they pay the price of not having a DR.
Whether you're running Hyper-V Replica, vSphere Replication, Veeam Backup & Replication, or any other DR software, you'll need to know some essential steps to take to implement DR properly within your infrastructure.
An upcoming webinar (30min only) might be your interest. It is organized by StarWind and it will be held the 19th of January. Register here.
It will be useful for storage and system administrators looking to implement a proper disaster recovery (DR) plan for their business and find out all the key components of this process. Approaching DR can seem like a real headache. However, StarWind has prepared a webinar that helps you to reduce damage and recover as soon as possible.
One thing is to master the technical side of each software solution, and one part is to know the general rules that enters in play when the disaster strikes. Learn about all this within this 30 min webinar.
- January 19
- 11am PT / 2pm ET
- ~30 min
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