Technology Business Review – Backup and Disaster Recovery

by | Jun 7, 2017 | Uncategorized

Date/Time
Date(s) – 06/28/2017
9:30 am – 10:30 am

Location
20 North Wacker – 15th Floor Gallery

Monthly Technology Business Review Meetings – Last Wednesday of every month
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Backup and Disaster Recovery

Are You Prepared?

  • Do I have good backup data and procedures in place?
  • If my data is in The Cloud, do I still need backups?
  • Why do I need a Disaster Recovery (DR) plan?
  • Do I need a DR plan if all my data is in The Cloud?
  • Ever heard of Bare Metal backup? You should be using it.
  • We will share best practices for backup and disaster recovery routines
  • How to incorporate security in to everything

Stop by and learn more about this month’s topic and share best practices with your building neighbors. This will be an interactive session with a business focus and the smallest amount of tech speak.

John Ahlberg, CEO, Waident Technology Solutions

John Ahlberg
CEO, Waident

CIO in the corporate world and now for Waident clients. John injects order and technology into business process to keep employees productive, enterprises running, and data safe.

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