Data Recovery

The Future of Enterprise Data Management with NetBackup 8

Provided by Veritas

Category Data Recovery

Type Webinar

Length 1

Publish Date November 24 2016

Date posted November 24 2016

Overview

Be the first to see the newest innovations in Veritas NetBackup™ 8.0 and how it provides a new 360 Data Management approach.  Join Veritas the #1 market share leader for 2015 in the Data Protection and Recovery Software Market for our global launch to get a new perspective.

Learn how you can gain:

  • Unified Protection: across cloud, physical and virtual environments from a single platform.
  • Global Data Visibility: reducing data retention and backup storage requirements and confidently planning cloud migration.
  • Predictable, Integrated Resiliency: orchestrating data and apps for business resiliency and on-demand access from anywhere across private and public clouds.
  • Integrated Copy Data Management: eliminating isolated data islands and centralizing all copy management using your existing infrastructure.

Find out how the powerful combination of these capabilities gives you the visibility and control you need to make the most of your most valuable asset – your data.

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 13, 2016, 1:00 p.m. CET

Hear from:

Laura DuBois

Group Vice President, Enterprise Storage, Servers and Infrastructure Software, IDC

Scott Anderson

Senior Vice President, Veritas Information Protection Solutions

Lynn Lucas

Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Veritas

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