A one-time Lunch ‘n’ Learn event to fill you in on what’s going on in the Higher Education Data Backup world.

This is a special invitation to meet Bacula Systems Higher Education specialist Conor Edberg at this special Lunch ‘n’ Learn event. Places are limited. Register here

When: Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Where: Rudder Tower, Texas A&M University, 401 Joe Routt Blvd
College Station, TX 77840
What: Clear information on data backup approaches and best practises

 

Agenda:

– Introduction and Welcome
– Challenges Faced Today by IT Departments in Higher Education Backup
– Bacula Architecture: The Opportunity to Modernize Data Backup.
Universities Data Backup Initiative
– How to Leverage Plugins and Pricing
– Q&A/interactive Discussion

Don’t miss this unique chance to meet Conor Edberg and get your own questions answered directly by a Bacula Systems expert, and find out how to drastically reduce data backup costs and support time, despite your increasingly diverse technology environment!

Note: Pizza and refreshments will be provided courtesy of Bacula Systems

Conor will also cover why University, Higher Education and Research Institutions across the USA, Canada and Europe are rapidly adopting Bacula to modernize their backup and restore environments, cut costs and significantly increase security.

“Bacula Enterprise has saved my time to focus on other work. It’s reliable, stable and capable” – Seowon Jung, Systems Administrator, University of Hawaii at Mānoa
“Since using Bacula, the amount of time we have to spend taking care of backup and restore has been cut by almost 60%. It can do recoveries very easily. I really like Bacula Enterprise Edition…”
Ed Evans, Computer Systems Manager, Texas A&M University

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To sign up for this exclusive Lunch ‘n’ Learn, register now

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