5 Reasons Why Disaster Recovery Plans Fail & How to Fix Yours

Thursday, November 1, 2012 2:00 PM ET/ 11:00 AM PT

Consistency is the hallmark of an effective, agile organization. With thousands of moving parts, ensuring that every user and every system is being managed consistently is critical.

Natural disasters only account for around 2% of all business disasters, but anything that results in system downtime is a data disaster. 

The ability to quickly recover critical systems and data is a top priority in any disaster situation, and for good reason.  These days we all know it doesn’t take a natural disaster to disrupt your business.  Something as seemingly innocuous as an infected server can have a major impact on your IT environment and subsequently business operations. 

You might already have some type of disaster recovery plan in place, but do you know if it will really work when you need it most?

Attend this webinar to learn 5 basic reasons why disaster recovery plans fail, and how to resolve each of them, including:

  • The importance of a complete risk analysis, and how to spot gaps in yours
  • Different backup considerations specific to your environment
  • How to take a proactive approach to ensure reliability your backups
  • Why testing, testing, and testing again is key -- and how it can be done easily with little effort
  • How “quick recovery” techniques complement full restore methods

Don’t miss this chance to hear best practices first-hand from these experts:
Bret Dayley, StorageCraft - the leader in disaster recovery/business continuity software
Ray Barber, Kaseya - the leading global provider of IT Systems Management software

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Bret Dayley, StorageCraft
Ray Barber, Kaseya

Erik Linask, TMCnet