End the data protection firefighting: an IT panel discusses proactive strategies

If you’ve ever felt alone with your data protection frustrations, this webcast will prove you’re not ― and that there are some simple, real-world strategies that’ll make your job a whole lot more enjoyable. We’ve put together a panel of IT professionals from a range of industries ― including a network engineer, an IT director and a CTO ― to share with you what worked for them, and what didn’t, when it comes to data protection. You’ll get to hear about the common struggles they shared and the best practices that empowered them to stop wasting time and energy on slow backup and recovery processes.
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