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Top Use-Cases for Replication Demand Integration with Backup and Recovery Capabilities


Learn how Simpana® 8 optimizes integration between replication and data protection.

Join highly-regarded featured speakers, including DCIG President and Lead Analyst Jerome Wendt, for an eye-opening Webcast about the specialized requirements of using host-based software in combination with data protection. You'll discover why the Singular Information Management® approach employed by Simpana® 8 from CommVault is the most intelligent and beneficial way for organizations to combine replication and data protection.

The Webcast will also cover topics including disaster recovery, remote office/back office, deduplication, and reducing the amount of data over the WAN. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the latest data management software advances and how they can safeguard and enhance your organization.


Jerome Wendt President & Lead Analyst, DCIG, Inc. Jerome Wendt is the President and Lead Analyst of DCIG Inc., an independent storage analyst and consulting firm. Since founding DCIG in 2006, Mr. Wendt has been published extensively and speaks regularly at storage and records management conferences across the country. Mr. Wendt earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from Washburn University and a bachelor's degree in Theology from Ambassador University (now merged with Azusa Pacific University).Zahid Ilkal Product Manager, CommVault Zahid Ilkal, Product Manager at CommVault, has over 11 years of experience in the technology industry - the last nine of which have been with CommVault. He has performed in different capacities including as a Software Engineer, Integration Manager and Program Manager. Currently, he is a Senior Product Manager responsible for CommVault's Advanced Data Management, Replication and Virtualization products. He holds a Master's Degree in Computer Science from University of Pune and an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Marketing from New York University.
Mar 23, 2009

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