Campbell, CA, United States — January 22, 2013
Storage Switzerland, a leading analyst firm focused on the storage, virtualization, and cloud marketplaces, has announced it's going to hold a free live webinar "How Cloud Can Solve the SMB VMware Backup Problem" on January 29th.
Regardless of the size, industry, and revenue numbers, all SMBs need to protect their data both onsite for operational recovery and offsite for recovery from disasters. As SMB data centers become increasingly virtualized, the IT administrators start looking for tools and technologies allowing them to save VM backups both on and off site.
George Crump, President and Founder at Storage Switzerland and Bruce Talley, CEO at NAKIVO will discuss key advantages of using cloud as a VM backup destination, challenges of implementing cloud backup, and the best approaches to overcome those challenges.
Registration to the webinar is free and can be found here.
Storage Switzerland is an analyst firm focused on the storage, virtualization and cloud marketplaces. The company gains insight into the technologies that enable these markets through detailed testing and briefings with suppliers, conversations, and implementation assistance with end-users and by using the products in our own labs.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California NAKIVO is a privately-held company that develops and markets a line of next generation data protection products for VMware virtualized environments with Microsoft and Oracle applications. NAKIVO provides the most intuitive, fast, and affordable VM backup and replication solution enabling SMBs to protect, encrypt, compress and deduplicate data both onsite with local storage and offsite with public clouds. NAKIVO is focused on customer feedback and innovation to deliver the most advanced technology for reducing customer VM recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO), while also delivering the most cost effective VM backup to cloud solution with support for leading storage cloud providers including Amazon and Dropbox.