If your local data backup solution failed and all of your district’s critical information was suddenly inaccessible, what would it cost to get back up and running? If a natural disaster impacted your district and brought down its servers, how much time and effort would have to go into getting them back online? And, if the data restoration process revealed that 50% of the information was either corrupted or lost, how long would it take to rebuild?
Increasingly, educational institutions across the country are asking themselves these questions as they struggle to shore up their business continuity plans in an era where data is proliferating and both financial and human resources are in short supply. And while no one can truly be prepared for all disasters, it is the district’s responsibility to plan ahead, be prepared for the possibilities, and react accordingly if and when the inevitable occurs.
For many districts, the solution lies in a robust, cloud-based backup and disaster recovery (DR) platform that provides peace of mind and assurance.
Time: May 7 - 10:30 AM
Location: Room 102
Audience Level: All
Audience Knowledge: None