D2D Backup and Data Deduplication: Lowering the Costs of Business Continuity

D2D Backup and Data Deduplication: Lowering the Costs of Business Continuity

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New technologies are emerging that help organizations with their backup, lower costs and achieve overall better management. Two of these technologies are Disk-to-Disk backup and Data Deduplication.

This Webcast examines how D2D backup and data deduplication can lower the costs of business continuity while dramatically improving overall data protection strategies. W. Curtis Preston, one of the industry's most renowned experts on backup, will explain why D2D has become a "no-brainer" for solving today's hottest business continuity challenges.

This Webcast discusses the growing importance of data deduplication as an enabling technology that leverages cost-effective VTLs and other disk appliances to identify and eliminate redundant data.

Get expert insight from W. Curtis Preston as he demystifies disk-based backup and data de-dupe misconceptions by answering questions, such as:

  • Why is D2D2T so hot?
  • What's the best way to deploy D2D2T?
  • How do I size my backup system?
  • Why should I evaluate data deduplication now?
  • And more

Speaker

W. Curtis Preston VP, Data Protection, Glasshouse Technologies Curtis Preston is VP of data protection for Glasshouse Technologies, an independent IT infrastructure services provider. His first IT job in 1993 was "backup guy" for the second largest credit card company in the United States. Preston has designed, implemented and/or enhanced some of the largest backup and recovery systems in the world, including the oil & gas, worldwide banking, financial trading, entertainment, online retail services, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries.
Vendor:
Overland Storage
Premiered:
Oct 17, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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