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Iron Mountain recently announced the availability of CloudRecovery for System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 SP1. This new service provides offsite storage of DPM data to Iron Mountain's data centers - automatically, reliably and securely.
Iron Mountain will be hosting a webcast that will describe how CloudRecovery can reduce the costs and risks associated with downtime and data recovery while achieving regulatory compliance by automating the long term retention of data. This webcast will cover how organizations can:
The webcast took place on Wednesday, February 25 2009.
Click here to watch the webcast -- http://www.brainshark.com/ironmountain/vu?pi=182722523
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