Guidelines for Affordable Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

Guidelines for Affordable Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

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Disaster recovery is a critical enterprise function which demands that off-site storage and computing are effective. The move to cloud offers an off-site DR target that can provide a high level of performance without the costs and staff required to maintain a proprietary DR facility.

This multimedia classroom looks at the methods, benefits, and challenges to conducting disaster recovery in the cloud. Click through for specific guidance on the types of DR available, security, dealing with service providers, and negotiating service-level agreements.

Speakers

David Strom author and speaker

David Strom is an expert on networking and communications technologies. He has worked extensively in the information technology industry and has managed editorial operations for trade publications in the network computing, electronics components, computer enthusiast, reseller channel and security markets. He writes for a variety ot tech publications and speaks frequently at industry events.

Paul Kirvan FBCI, CISA, Independent IT Consultant/Auditor and Business Continuity Advisor

Paul Kirvan is an independent consultant/IT auditor and technical writer/editor/educator with more than 22 years experience in business continuity, disaster recovery, security, enterprise risk management, telecomm/IT auditing and over 30 years experience in technical writing/editing, technical training and public speaking. Mr. Kirvan has been directly involved with dozens of business continuity, security, IT audit, risk and telecom consulting 

Vendor:
SearchCloudComputing.com
Posted:
15 Mar 2013
Premiered:
19 Mar 2013
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Virtual Environment
Language:
English
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