Webinars are a great way to learn. They’re mostly free, usually take no longer than an hour and allow you to interact with the top industry experts. Today I’d like to share three upcoming webinars that you can take advantage of this week.
Desktop virtualization isn’t new, which means that Desktop Virtualization Solutions (DVS) have had a chance to mature. They are more affordable and more available than ever, and they’re easier to implement than you might think. And as more businesses are relying on remote workers, desktop virtualization is becoming more important.
In this live webinar, David Davis, David Reoch and Dan Reis will cover the benefits and different types of Desktop Virtualization Solutions, security concerns associated with utilizing these solutions and much more.
Learn more and register for this free webinar: What Every Growing Business Must Know About Desktop Virtualization
Data protection is on every system administrator’s mind, and Continuous Data Protection (CDP), also known as continuous backup or real-time backup, is usually the best solution for a virtualized environment. The main advantage of CDP is that you no longer need to specify the recovery time until you do your restore. The downside of CDP is the cost.
In this live webinar, Chris Henley from Veeam will explain Continuous Data Protection and how you can achieve near-continuous data protection at a fraction of cost of CDP with Veaam’s Backup and Replication.
Learn more and register for this free webinar: Near-Continuous Data Protection for Hyper-V
In recent years, backup and recovery techniques and technologies have undergone major changes, along with the rest of the IT world. What IT administrators knew about data protection ten or even five years ago has markedly changed.
In this live webinar, Greg Shields and Joe Hand will answer the 10 questions that every Windows Administrator must ask in order to achieve the best backup, replication and recovery while minimizing costs and server load.
Learn more and register for this free webinar: 10 Backup & Recovery Questions Every Windows Administrator Must Ask