EDUCATION WEBINAR REPLAY

Recovering from disaster

What a pandemic taught us about business continuity

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As the education sector emerges from a year of crisis, institutions can reflect on lessons learned and how to best prepare for future disruption. During this period of reflection, questions will inevitably emerge, which must be answered.

 Did business continuity strategies that were put in place work?

How can effective temporary solutions form part of robust and permanent recovery planning?

Were mistakes made that can be avoided next time?

Alongside our expert guest we seek to answer these questions, take a look back at what the past year has taught us about BCDR, and look to the future and how this challenge can help schools, colleges and universities prepare for the next.

GUEST SPEAKER

Adam Marget

Adam is an experienced technical marketing professional at Unitrends, a leader in data center backup and disaster recovery solutions. He has been a member of the Unitrends team since 2016, during which time he’s held several roles at the company. Driven by a love and curiosity for technology, Adam’s been delighted to have been afforded the opportunity help both end users and channel partners solve challenges around disaster recovery and business continuity. Prior to joining Unitrends, Adam worked with CDW where he leveraged a variety of partner solutions to help his customers achieve their goals across a variety of technology categories including backup, networking, security, power & cooling, and data center.

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Unitrends, a Kaseya company, makes efficient, reliable backup and recovery simple and effortless. By combining deep expertise gained from more than 30 years of innovation on backup and recovery with today’s next generation backup appliances and cloud-based options, Unitrends provides automated and resilient data protection. Unitrends — built for the unexpected. 

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