sponsored by Oracle Corporation
Posted:  15 Jul 2013
Premiered:  Jul 15, 2013
Format:  Audio
Type:  Podcast
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

In this podcast, Storage Decisions speaker Jon Toigo explains the role of LTFS for backup, specifically in the media and entertainment industry.  Jon discusses how LTFS works, the requirements for implementation and specific examples of use cases. He also shares his insight on the future of LTFS and why he believes it will expand beyond its current usage. Listen now to learn more.




Speaker

Jon William Toigo
CEO and Managing Principal, Toigo Partners International; Chairman, Data Management Institute

Jon Toigo is a 37-year veteran of IT and has developed business continuity plans for more than 100 companies. He has written 17 books, including four on disaster recovery planning, with the fourth edition of his Disaster Recovery Planning: Getting to Business-Savvy Business Continuity coming to bookstores in 2013. Toigo is Managing Principal Partner for Toigo Partners International, a consultancy specializing in IT consumer advocacy, data management and storage technology, and he is chairman and co-founder of the Data Management Institute, a professional organization for those who create, store, manage and administer data and storage assets. DMI is now in its 20th year and has trained and certified nearly 100,000 data management professionals worldwide.



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