Keeping Your Disaster Recovery Plan From Becoming A Disaster

Gartner estimates that only 35 percent of SMBs have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. Is poor planning sabotaging your Disaster Recovery strategy? What obstacles are you facing with implementing a Disaster Recovery plan? In this webcast "Keeping Your Disaster Recovery Plan From Turning Into A Disaster", expect to learn: Some of the building blocks to a successful Disaster Recovery planning project How to get the ‘real' story from your business partners Justifying the investment on what is really an insurance policy for your company

NetworkWorld Webcast: Bridging the Disaster Recovery Expectations Gap

While mishaps inevitably occur during disaster recovery, a surprising number of these are self-inflicted through unrealistic expectations, lack of preparedness, incorrect policing of policies, and choosing the wrong technology. This session will provide a real-world perspective on these issues and offer practical suggestions on how to overcome these challenges.

Business Continuity: Ensuring Availability with DR

In this webcast, Bill Peldzus of GlassHouse Technologies looks at how DR fits in to a business continuity plan and provides best practices to make sure you're heading in the right direction and shares his tips on common disaster recovery issues.

Next Generation Data Centre Summit online seminar

Simon Johnson, GlassHouse Technologies (UK) data recovery practice lead, will be delivering a presentation entitled, If Not Now, When? Create a Disaster Recovery Strategy Today

Disaster recovery for data storage environments podcast

In this interview, SearchStorage.co.uk Bureau Chief Antony Adshead speaks with Simon Johnson of GlassHouse Technologies UK about defining a DR plan and the procedures storage managers need to include in it.

If Not Now, When? Create a Disaster Recovery Strategy Today

In this session, Simon Johnson, Glasshouse Technologies (UK) data recovery practice lead, will provide delegates with the knowledge they need to protect their businesses. While many IT professionals are aware of the consequences a disaster can have on their critical infrastructure and overall business, some continue to delay creating a disaster recovery plan.