Your Chance to Ask the Expert

One of the best things about working for a leading vendor in the IT management industry is all of the great discussion and interaction we get to have with some of the best and brightest analysts in the business. Many leading analysts either used to work for IT vendors or were end users for companies just like yours, so they can often relate on a very personal level to the challenges we all face on a daily basis. Some of the best ideas we have as a company are born out of lively discussion with our friends in the analyst community.

 

We’re also well aware that not everyone is fortunate enough to have the opportunity to interact with leading analysts and take advantage of the great insights they so often provide. So we wanted to change that. That’s why, for a limited time only, we’re giving you the chance to get in on the conversation. Renowned Forrester Research, Inc. analyst Rachel Dines will be our guest for a series of video Q&A sessions in which YOU get to ask the questions. You can get Rachel’s full bio here. She’s one of the data protection industry’s leading authorities on continuity and disaster recovery, high availability and backup, data center strategies and more. Or to summarize it more succinctly, she really knows here stuff.

 

So starting now, the floor is yours! Just tweet your backup and recovery questions to @QuestDP using the hashtag #AskRD. Follow that hashtag, and if someone else tweets a question you’d like to see answered, retweet it so Rachel knows which questions to tackle first. Then stay tuned for the Rachel’s responses in a series of videos starting in October.

 

No topic is too far-fetched. No questions are off limits.Concerned about data growth? Struggling to meet aggressive RPOs and RTOs? Need advice on how to solidify your disaster recovery plan? The questions are entirely up to you. Physical, virtual, cloud, application…doesn’t matter. If you’ve got a backup and recovery challenge, now is your chance to ask one of the industry’s leading analysts how to solve it.

 

So ask away! We’re positive you’ll find Rachel’s insightjust as valuable as we have!

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