Using Virtualization to Maximize BTR
“It takes companies an average 18.5 hours to recover from an event with 4.8 hours of lost data.” 1
Forward-thinking IT managers are expanding their DR focus from reactive recovery to proactive prevention—a holistic approach that Forrester calls “Business Technology Resiliency.”
How do you stack up?
Watch the recorded webcast where Forrester Research senior analyst Rachel Dines has a provocative conversation with Veeam strategist Doug Hazelman on:
- The future of disaster recovery
- How virtualization can help—or hinder—your DR efforts
- 5 simple ways to begin the move to Business Technology Resiliency
1 Forrester/DRJ 2010 survey
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Rachel A. Dines – Senior Analyst, Forrester
Rachel serves Infrastructure & Operations Professionals. Her research focus is on IT continuity and disaster recovery services and technologies, next-generation high availability and backup, and data center strategies. Additionally, Rachel conducts research on infrastructure and operations metrics.
Doug Hazelman – VP, Product Strategy, Veeam
Doug consults with customers, partners and industry analysts on key considerations for implementing virtual server infrastructures. He works with Veeam’s R&D team to enhance and develop new Veeam products to address market needs, and advises customers on best practices for managing virtual environments