Build Resiliency into your Organization’s Mission with Azure Backup and Disaster Recovery

Not For Profit and Social Impact Organizations, The Time to Prepare Is Now!

Now is the time to address:

  • Expiring Backup/Site Recovery third-party contracts
  • Significant time investment to conduct failover testing
  • Outdated existing hardware/software backup solutions

Existing backup and disaster recovery capabilities are due for an architecture and strategy overhaul. Why should you care? Existing contracts or software agreements are expiring; the need to improve operational control and improve recovery times is high. Managing dual sites, infrastructure and storage along with on-premise data centers has stretched IT resources and increased risk for negative impacts to system operations. Staff ability to test disaster recovery failover and failback is a significant challenge due to cost of staff time for failover testing.

On this Webcast, Planet Technologies and Microsoft will show you how Azure business continuity and disaster recovery can increase your organization’s resiliency and ability to recover from bad actor scenarios.

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Webcast: Build Resiliency into your Organization’s Mission with Azure Backup and Disaster Recovery


Jason Griffith – Planet Technologies Cloud Services Director

Jason’s primary responsibilities are helping customers get the most value out of cloud services to enable infrastructure architecture and application development/modernization strategies. Prior to Planet, Jason served as the Chief Architect for a large online university, focused on solving data challenges and utilizing cloud services to streamline solution development.

James Harvey – Microsoft Philanthropies Tech for Social Impact Sr. Cloud Solution Architect

James has more than 20 years of experience in multiple roles across a variety of complex industries and environments. He is passionate about leveraging new technologies and developing creative solutions to support business initiatives and drive cultural change.