Rise and shine and join the Arizona Technology Council at our Tucson Tech Breakfast series. Integrated Axis Group will be hosting the presentation, Surviving an IT Disaster: 4 key Methods to Gain True Disaster Recovery on Tuesday, June 7 from 8:00am – 9:30am at Connect Coworking.
Cliff Fano, Territory Account Manager for StorageCraft Technology Corporation, will present on surviving an IT disaster. Join Cliff for an in depth discussion on key philosophies and technologies of true disaster recovery that have fulfilled the needs of technology vendors and IT professionals worldwide. Taking backups in advance is key to surviving an IT disaster, but more important can be ensuring that your backups are solid, replicated offsite, and recoverable in a number of different ways. These acts can make the difference between business survival and total loss. Successful IT administrators know the value of reliable, portable, and flexible DR processes when it comes to protecting their critical virtualized systems.
Registration begins at 8:00am. A light breakfast will be provided.
Who Should Attend
IT Administrators, Office Managers…anyone who is tied to the decision making process of integrated technologies for backup and disaster recovery.
Interested in attending? Register here.
About the Presenter
StorageCraft Technology Corporation is a thriving international software development company with software solutions that reduce downtime, improve security and stability for systems and data, and lower the total cost of ownership for systems in a computing environment.
About Integrated Axis Group
Integrated Axis Group, LLC is a leading provider of IT services and solutions for small to mid‐sized companies with specific expertise in both dental and medical practices. IAG has a strong track record for working with businesses to deliver IT services and solutions designed to meet their end‐to‐end technology needs. We help lighten your IT load so that you can stay focused on running your business and meeting the needs of your clients, customers or patients.