In today’s data-centric enterprises, ransomware, cyberattacks and other IT disasters can mean wasted downtime and the loss of critical data. To protect against these events and create effective disaster recovery programs, near-zero recovery point objectives (RPO) and recovery time objectives (RTO) are essential.
Unfortunately, IDC research suggests that the average RPO target is one hour while the average RTO time is four hours. Achieving near-zero RPO and RTO is possible, but it often requires a complex fabric of interweaved products and expensive additional components besides primary storage.
Reduxio is presenting a webinar on “how companies can ensure that their data protection environment meets desired RPO and RTO in a cost effective way.”
In this webinar, you'll learn:
Issues that affect RPO and RTO, such as network, change rate, target speed and technology choices.
Verifying data recovery and disaster environments.
Converging your primary and secondary storage to reduce complexity and achieve near-zero RPO/RTO’s.
Watch the Webinar On Demand here:
Eric Reinhold, System Manager at Gordon College, MA
Eric is an accomplished Systems Administrator since 2010 with years of enterprise network and IT experience in a variety of industries. He’s currently System Manager at Gordon College, responsible for managing the institution’s private and public clouds, including several clusters of virtualized infrastructure and more than 150 virtual servers. He has solid experience in deploying, migrating and optimizing VM’s as well as VDI implementations.
Ronen Sde-Or, Technical Marketing at Reduxio Systems
Ronen is Reduxio's lead Technical Marketing Engineer where he is responsible for solutions architecture and documentation. He has 20 years as IT professional and has spent the last 13 years in the backup and storage industry. Before joining Reduxio Systems, Ronen worked as a Solution Engineer at IBM Storage and Storage Software.
Mike Grandinetti, Chief Marketing & Corporate Strategy Officer at Reduxio Systems
Mike has balanced several careers simultaneously, all centered around entrepreneurship and innovation. He’s been continuously active as a VC- backed entrepreneur, public speaker, mentor, strategy consultant, startup accelerator Managing Director and board member for the past 25 years. His primary profession has been as a successful technology entrepreneur, where he was an early team member and CxO of 7 VC- backed companies. As an educator, Mike held a long-standing faculty appointment as Senior Lecturer at MIT, where he taught for over a decade in the MBA Executive Education programs.
Today he is Global Professor of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Marketing at Hult International Business School. Mike has been mentor to hundreds of tech entrepreneurs around the world. He served as a corporate strategy consultant at McKinsey and Co and earned his MBA from Yale.