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DR, VMs, and Mission-Critical Data
Major natural disasters, with Superstorm Sandy being one of the most recent, show that many enterprises remain unprepared when it comes to disaster recovery. This puts organizations at risk for lost revenue and damaged reputations. Virtualization saves a lot of money on hardware, but now the focus is less on the savings that consolidation allows and instead on the mobility of workloads and the ability to back up and fail over workloads from different locations. This classroom looks closely at how virtualization can factor into a thorough and effective disaster recovery plan.
SpeakersStephen Bigelow senior technology editor, TechTarget
Stephen J. Bigelow, senior technology editor, has more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the PC/technology industry. He holds a BSEE, CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Server+ certifications and has written hundreds of articles and more than 15 feature books on computer troubleshooting.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.