WE15 Best Practices and New Technologies in Windows Server Backups

March 10th, 2010

3:30 pm - 4:45 pm

James Conrad

James I. Conrad

MCITP, Server+, A+, Certified Ethical Hacker

Car keys, reading glasses, and the TV remote control. All are things that get lost, yet none of them are as devastating as losing important files. And certainly you won’t find those files stuck between the couch cushions. But if you’ve planned your backup strategy in advance, then you will be well-prepared to recover those files. In this session, you will learn how to maximize the backup technologies that are already available to you within Windows Server 2008. This includes automating regular backups, rotating media offsite, conserving space, maximizing backup performance, restoring in minutes instead of hours, and recovering entire failed servers. Admins already live with a great deal of pressure and worry – Windows Server Backup can help put your mind at ease, knowing that data files and servers are backed up and ready for recovery at all times.