Pleasanton Program: The Secrets to Backups & Disaster Recovery for Architects

Thursday, August 28, 2014
Location: Dahlin Group, 5865 Owens DrivePleasanton, CA 94588
All are welcome,  no cost to attend.
Bring your own lunch. Click here to RSVP

1.5 CES LUs

How confident are you RIGHT NOW that your business could be backed up and running fast in the event of a hard disk crash, virus infection, fire or other disaster? Research shows that 70% of small firms that experience a data loss go out of business in a year (Contingency Planning, Strategic Research Corp and DTI/PWC, 2004).

At this seminar, you will learn about the common causes of data loss, strategies to backup every type of data, how to evaluate online backup services, the latest backup hardware/software technologies, and more! Attendees will also receive a free ArcSource Disaster Planning Guide to get you started on a disaster recovery plan for your business.

The tide has shifted in business backups. Gone are the days of tape drives, confusing server-based software, uncertainty over what systems are backed up, and the lack of confidence in your ability to access your business’s critical information. There are new technologies that meet the needs of mobile users, multiple systems, on-site and office backups, and ease of use.

With over 15 years of experience designing backups for architects, ArcSource has a set of proven best-practices to deliver rock solid backups and peace of mind.

About the Presenter:

Dave Monk, Allied Member is the founder and CEO of ArcSource, a premier provider of IT consulting & support services to businesses in the Bay Area. With years of experience providing IT for architects, Dave also holds masters in architecture and structural engineering.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this program, attendees will:

1. Identify the common causes of data loss.

2. Strategies to backup every type of data, from mobile devices to workstations.

3. How to evaluate online backup services.

4. The latest in backup hardware/software technologies.

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