Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Virtual Summit: Taking a Coronavirus Lens to Your Enterprise Transition
The greatest test of backup and disaster recovery policies and procedures of our lifetimes thus far isn't even really framed that way. So far COVID-19 has been largely thought of as a struggle for business survival amid often steep drops in revenue, a transition to remote work and a focus on building team capabilities through videoconferencing, chat and document sharing. Yet the implications for backup and disaster recovery are enormous.
Attend this special virtual summit to see how this rapid and massive shift in the way IT is done is accelerating the industry transition to cloud-based approaches for backup, disaster recovery and business continuity in general. You'll come away with concrete ideas for filling newly opened gaps right now, as well as ways to start thinking about cloud's role in business continuity in the post-pandemic future.
9 a.m.: 10 Ways that Coronavirus, Sadly, Makes Cloud Disaster Recovery Shine
10 a.m.: In a Pandemic, Will That Old Plan for Hurricanes, Tornadoes and Ransomware Still Work?
11 a.m: Cloud DR for the Long Haul: The Many Possible COVID-19 Futures to Take Into Account
For each of these scenarios, we'll look at the implications for disaster recovery approaches. What are the potential mixes of on-premises, cloud backup, cloud disaster recovery and disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS)?
Take this opportunity to think past the next news cycle as you conceive your long-term business continuity plans.