Not all tech disasters are ‘all hands’ events. But how do you tell which is which?
This webinar shows you how to measure the blast radius
Webinar This isn’t surprising. The prospect of having all your data and applications compromised, whether due to ransomware or other cyberattacks, or any of the more traditional disaster scenarios is so horrifying, that it’s natural to throw everything you have at it.
But do things really have to be so all or nothing? Could there be a smarter way to stage a recovery? When it comes to a ransomware attack, for example, it’s not necessarily the case that everything is going to be encrypted, so do you need to recover all your data immediately to get back up and running? A more focused approach could get you back up and running much more quickly.
If you’re thinking a more nuanced strategy could dramatically shorten your recovery time, you should join our upcoming webinar, “Driving Velocity and Intelligence to your Data Recovery” on December 15 at 11:00 GMT. Our own Tim Phillips, a master of the swift recovery, will be joined by Pierre-François Guglielmi, alliances field CTO at Rubrik, who will be discussing new approaches to data recovery, and the trade-offs involved.
They’ll be talking about the different scenarios for data recovery and how to plan and tool up accordingly.
You’ll hear how you can discover the blast radius of a given disaster and work out precisely what data is affected.
And they’ll show you how you can use this as a starting point for optimising and orchestrating your recovery options.
Joining is a cinch. Just head here and register and you’ll get a gentle nudge on the day. Your recovery really does start here.
Sponsored by Rubrik