01-22-13 | Blog Post
We’re hosting a three-part webinar series on the topic of IT disaster recovery. If you missed the first webinar, watch a video recording below on Business Continuity in Lean Times:
Join Online Tech’s System Support Manager Steve Aiello as he leads the second webinar, Disaster Recovery in Depth.
In this webinar, we’ll transition from theory and thought processes into practical application of disaster recovery.
We will cover various disaster response options that will cover:
About Steven Aiello
Steven Aiello is a Systems Support Manager with Online Tech, the Midwest’s premier managed data center operator. His certifications include CISSP (Certified Information System Security Professional), ISACA CISA, VMware VCP ( VMware Certified Professional), Cisco CCNA ( Cisco Certified Network Associate), Comptia Security+, and Certified Incident Responder (New Mexico Tech).
Check out these resources on disaster recovery:
IT Disaster Recovery Case Studies
Online Tech has provided a variety of IT disaster recovery services for companies in diverse industries requiring continous data protection and application availability.
What to Look for in a Michigan Disaster Recovery Provider
A solid backup and disaster recovery plan is essential to long-term Michigan business success – in the event of a disaster, your business can’t afford to lose valuable data and applications.
Benefits of Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing
There are a lot of benefits with cloud computing – cost-effective resource use, rapid provisioning, scalability and elasticity.
Our past disaster recovery webinars, with recordings:
Disaster Recovery in the Cloud – SAN to SAN Replication
Mike Flaherty discusses SAN platforms, including the EqualLogic iSCSI SAN, where to place the SAN, and why some locations are better than others, RTO, and RPO concepts, the SAN technology itself, and explored various replications methods. Find out more about SAN to SAN Replication.
Cloud Computing and VEEAM for Backup and DR Webinar
Mike Klein from Online Tech gives a short introduction comparing IT disaster recovery in the cloud vs. traditional backup paradigms and explains the benefits of using cloud computing.
Disaster Recovery in the Cloud
Mike Klein, Online Tech COO, describes how cloud computing significantly changes the possibilities for IT disaster recovery, including a case study from Online Tech’s corporate IT infrastructure failover testing.