Recent events have forced a large amount of the workforce to move to a work from home model, and has left IT departments scrambling to accommodate their needs. This paradigm shift has forced IT administrators to rethink the way they are protecting their mission-critical data now that users are all physically separated and working in very dynamic situations.

Previously organizations created their Disaster Recovery (DR) strategy under the assumption that their primary office or datacenter is unavailable. Now that vast majorities of users are all working from home with potentially poor internet connections, riskier environments, and a lack of supporting hardware, it is up to IT professionals to adjust their DR strategies to ensure their end-user data is backed up, recoverable, and available.

Join OffsiteDataSync’s Brad Jervis, a senior cloud architect with OffsiteDataSync and Veeam Vanguard, on June 18 through a VMUG webcast, where you will be taken through configuring backups to a cloud provider using Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows, and then successfully restoring data quickly and easily, with minimal user impact.

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