Recovering the CEO's Lost Presentation and Other Backup Nightmares

Date: Thursday, June 13th at 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET

Scott Bekker

Thinking about backup and recovery is essentially a defensive activity. It stems from the anxious foresight of imagining bad scenarios, and taking steps to counteract the worst effects. The primary goal is to think about big real-world problems -- natural disasters, ransomware, power failures, criminal acts -- and be ready for them.

But what about the problems involving the backups or recoveries themselves?

In this editorial webcast, experts from will look at backup and recovery horror stories. We'll talk about the secondary and tertiary problems that arose at times when organizations thought they did everything right to have a backup, and then found out some planning mistake, technical limitation or glitch meant that the data couldn't be recovered.

We'll take 10 real-world examples, like the board presentation that the CEO stored on the desktop (and only on the desktop) rather than on the network share that IT commits to regularly backing up. We'll examine the larger, underlying issue for each, look at business process solutions and explore potential technical fixes.

Don't miss this opportunity to get some real-world ideas that could save your company from being the subject of a future backup horror story!

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