Toronto, CN (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
Storage Guardian is pleased to be participating in an exciting online Supercast whose content will focus on Microsoft Hyper-V for disaster recovery. Sponsored by Storage Guardian and Veeam, Manage Hyper-V Like a Pro will look at Hyper-V deployment tips and tricks, VM migrations, provide information on how to integrate PowerShell with Hyper-V management and more. The presentation will then discuss how Hyper-V can be used as an effective disaster recovery solution.
Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based server virtualization product that allows users to consolidate workloads. Many organizations have already incorporated Hyper-V into their datacenters. These companies and others looking to get started will benefit by downloading the Supercast. The event will be held Wednesday, September 18th, 2013 at 9 am PT/Noon ET.
“Storage Guardian is very excited to have the opportunity to sponsor and present content for this game-changing storage philosophy,” says Dave Minns of Storage Guardian.
“The world is moving rapidly towards an increasingly cloud-based and virtual computing environment. Storage Guardian is poised to start helping those businesses large and small both protect their data and make it more easily and quickly accessible in the event of a disaster of any kind,” Minns added.
For more details and to register for “Manage Hyper-V Like a Pro” Supercast, on September 18th, go here. Information on Storage Guardian and its data backup and recovery service are available on the company’s website here.
About Storage Guardian
Storage Guardian is an affordable, feature-rich, online data backup and recovery service that enables companies large and small to protect and recover data from disaster safely and quickly. Storage Guardian’s new VDR (virtual disaster recovery) service provides secure online backup and recovery for virtual environments, making their customers’ data available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from our secure cloud. Storage Guardian is suitable for small, midsize, and enterprise-wide, multiple-platform, virtual and LAN computing environments.
Sources for this press release include: openinboxexperiment.com.