8/8/2018 at 11:00 AM CDT

No Backup Is an Island: The Value of the Cloud in your Backup Strategy

You have on-premises backup in place, but you've been inundated with work to form a data availability cloud strategy – and now you’re wondering how. Are there real benefits to backup in the cloud, or is it just a way to shift the responsibilities and get you to pay someone else for your backups?

The reality is that the cloud provides real value, taking the concept of backups and elevating it from focusing on protecting just data to protecting the business.

So, how can you best leverage the cloud that meets your organization’s needs?
In this educational webcast, join backup expert and regular Spiceworks presenter Nick Cavalancia from Techvangelism, and Trenton Baker from KeepItSafe, as they discuss:

  • Why backup alone is no longer enough to be competitive

  • Establishing the goals of backup beyond just copying data

  • Ways to justify the need for more than backup to your executive team

BONUS: One lucky attendee will win a Knox 48 Quart Electric Cooler/Warmer with Built in Car and Home Plug

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