All New Content for 2015
This year we're getting serious. Since many people come to this seminar again and again, W. Curtis Preston (Mr. Backup), has tried really hard to come up with new content for 2015. Of course he will cover the latest in how to recover virtual and physical servers. As always, he will not be pushing any particular product because that's not our style. We're about education here at Truth in IT, making sure you have the truth about all of the options available to you. That lets you make the call. Here's a brief summary of the kinds of things Preston will be covering in his seminar this year.
- Identifying Bottlenecks
- Identifying Backup Bottlenecks
- Identifying Recovery Bottlenecs
- Champagne Recovery on a Beer Backup Budget
- Virtualization and modern recovery systems are a perfect match
- Cloud adoption
- What clouds to be afraid of & how to protect yourself
- What clouds not to miss
- Where Tape Is the New Disk
- Why is tape dead in some circles but growing in others?
- Where tape still makes sense
And, yes, we've got a few new music videos as well. Miss last year's fun music videos? See them here.
We provide breakfast and lunch
AWESOME NEW GIVEAWAY FOR 2015!
At each seminar, our sponsors are giving away two of these really cool $150 video drones. You can view and record real time video while you fly it or drive it via your smart phone. Way cool indeed.
W. Curtis Preston (aka Mr. Backup) is an expert in backup & recovery systems; a space he has been working in since 1993. He has written three books on the subject, Backup & Recovery, Using SANs and NAS, and Unix Backup & Recovery. Mr. Preston is also an independent consultant and writer and has spoken at over 300 seminars and conferences around the world. Whether it’s through TruthinIT.com, BackupCentral.com, or Backup Central Live!, Preston’s mission remains the same: arming today’s IT managers with truly unbiased information about today’s storage industry and its products.
Here's what our attendees are saying:
~ Rayson Ho, Scalable Logic
~ Ryan Mignosa
~ Kevin Lamb, IPC Media Ltd.
~ Rod Lewis, Bass Tools & Supply, Inc.
Seating is limited and reserved. Do not miss your chance to attend this important, free, and educational event.
*Disclaimer: The content of this seminar is highly technical, and as such it is intended only for professionals working in information technology. Those who are interested in understanding new technology and industry trends, as well as how they impact total business operations, will be best suited for attendance.