HOW EMCS ARE STAYING RESILIENT WITH SIMPLIFIED INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT

OctoberOct 20 2020 02:00pm - 03:00pm America/New_York

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

Now more than ever, EMCs need a streamlined business resiliency plan that ensures data is secure and that employees are able to work from anywhere, anytime. The first step in making this plan successful ensures that the solutions IT Managers select are simple to implement, manage, and maintain.

Join New Cyber Source and Scale Computing as they host a roundtable discussion with customers from Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives, Colquitt EMC and Sumter EMC to discuss their experience in implementing Scale Computing’s HC3 infrastructure and how it solved their IT headaches.

We will explore how you can build an affordable business resiliency plan that includes:

  • Backup and Disaster Recovery - Snapshot replication, failover, failback, and restore
  • Advanced Backup and Cloud Storage - Backup and restore any and all VMs, whether you’re running Windows, Linux, UNIX, or a desktop system

UTC Members: FREE • Non-Members: $200

PRESENTERS:

Frank Seal, Senior Systems Engineer, Scale Computing
Frank Seal, fseal@scalecomputing.com

Frank is a Senior Systems Engineer for Scale Computing, where he guides clients on hyperconverged platforms. An IT industry veteran with over 20 years of experience and roots back to early x86 virtualization; yet he remains active on current strategies while also
influencing emerging technologies. Recognized as a multiple year VMware vExpert, he maintains an active role within technical communities both locally and globally.

Danielle Gray,Sales Executive, New Cyber Source
Danielle Gray, danielle.gray@newcybersource.com

Danielle joined New Cyber Source in 2017 as an experienced sales person. For the past 2 years, she has focused on catering to IT the needs of the utility vertical with an emphasis on emerging technology.

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