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On Thursday morning, 8AM Pacific, please join us for a discussion on reducing costs and improving your backup and recoverability with System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM).
In today’s economy, more than ever, IT Pro’s are looking for ways to reduce costs while still improving existing processes or fixing things that aren’t meeting expectations – including backup. In this session, we’ll discuss legacy protection solutions for backup, disk-to-disk replication, and long-distance disaster recovery -- and how you can cut costs while gaining better backups and more reliable recoveries with System Center Data Protection Manager 2007.
Duration: 60 Minutes
Start Date: Thursday, July 16, 2009 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
-- Jason Buffington / DPM product manager
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