Is Your Backup Process Built for the Way Your Users Store Their Critical Files?

Date: Thursday, June 27th at 9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET

Speaker: Scott Bekker, Editor, Redmondmag.com

Backup and recovery has its origins in a structured world. As always, the key business assets that cry out for backup are the order databases, the payroll systems, ERP and the like.

Yet, increasingly, it's the unstructured data that holds the company jewels. As companies become more agile and ideas become more important, more and more of a company's intellectual property lives in Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint decks scattered throughout the company's branch offices and home offices on laptops, PC hard drives and even mobile phone note-taking applications.

In this editorial webcast, experts from Redmondmag.com look at how organizations are coping with the new realities of where their important data is actually stored, and making sure that those files are backed up and are recoverable.

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