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Double-Take Software and Leading Analyst Firm Hold Disaster Recovery/Virtualization Webinar
Virtualization is one of the hottest trends in the technology industry today. But to protect critical data and applications in virtual environments, companies must couple a disaster recovery strategy with their virtualization strategy. On November 14th, Double-Take® Software (NASDAQ: DBTK) and IDC Analyst John Humphreys will conduct an informative webinar to discuss the state of the virtualization market and how companies can strategically utilize virtual server technologies in disaster recovery.

In addition, this webinar will also touch upon:

  • Real-life examples of organizations that have succeeded with disaster recovery virtualization
  • Technologies that make sense for an organizations business goals
  • Solutions designed to leverage capabilities of virtualized servers to make implementation of disaster recover easier and more cost-effective

Webinar Information: To register for the webinar, click here.

Date: Wednesday, November 14th, 2007

Time: 11am EST 12pm EST

Bob Roudebush, Director of Solutions Engineering, Double-Take Software

With over a decade of IT industry experience with companies like Microsoft Corporation and multiple industry certifications, Bob works with the Double-Take Software sales force, sales engineers, customers and prospects to position and promote the Double-Take® suite of solutions. Through Bobs efforts, Double-Take Software has been widely acknowledged as a leader in affordable software for recoverability for the Windows platform. Bob possesses a deep understanding of technology and the data protection market as a whole. He has also been named a Microsoft MVP Award winner for 2006.

John Humphreys, Program Vice President, Enterprise Virtualization Software, IDC

John covers a range of virtualization products deployed in both data center and client environments. The program also examines the role of manageability in the emerging virtual environment. Additional areas of focus include the adoption of blade servers, the modularization of the data center along with the automation and virtualization of the data center environment, and the emergence of grid computing in the enterprise.

Published Wednesday, November 07, 2007 9:52 PM by David Marshall
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