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Your invite - StorageCraft Roadmap and Technical Training

29 Apr 14

StorageCraft is inviting the ICT industry to its Roadmap and Technical Training session this week, set for May 1 in Auckland.

Located at North Harbour Stadium, the event is open to everyone, including end users, customers, prospective customers, resellers, partners, MSP's and VAR's.

Check out the schedule below:

09:00 – 10:00: USA Roadmap and live demonstrations of StorageCraft's solutions:

• StorageCraft ShadowProtect USA ROADMAP (first time presented in Asia Pacific)

• Demonstration of Recovering a server in the StorageCraft Cloud in under 5 minutes

• Demonstration of GRE (Granular Recovery for Exchange) to automatically migrate an EDB from Exchange 2003, 2007 or 2010 to Exchange 2013 and single mail item recovery.

10:15 – 14:00: Stream 1: Technical Training will follow straight after the Roadmap and Demonstrations - nominal NZD$99 ex GST fee to cover the costs (lunch is included):

• Brief 15 minute introduction to StorageCraft ShadowProtect - the 5 key do's and don'ts

• ImageManager - what it does, how to configure it, why every customer should use it (it is free) including consolidation, verification and creating incremental forever chains

• Replictation to StorageCraft Cloud Services (seeding)

• Turning a disaster in to complete recovery and full production in the StorageCraft Cloud in minutes - reducing your RTO to minutes and RPO to within 15 minutes ago.

• Granular Recovery for Exchange - Exchange 2013 migrations and mail item recovery

• Centralised management combined with the latest in DART (daily automated rceovery testing) technology using WatchDog Software & StorageCraft CMD. Imagine having the recoverability of EVERY server that you have (or your customers have) tested at say 2am EVERY MORNING - delivering maximum confidence of server recovery for EVERY server and, from one console you can manage your (and your customers) entire backup infrastructure.

• A light lunch is included in this session

10:15 – 11:15: Steam 2: Reseller Sales Training will follow straight after the Roadmap and Demonstrations:

• How to sell: "3-5 minute disaster recovery starting from NZ$1.97 per day" (ex GST, delivery, installation, etc)

• StorageCraft MSP program - monthly subscription services - "Recovery as a Service"

• Demo-on-Demand - Leverage StorageCraft Asia Pacific's new 7-minute LIVE "webex" demonstrations, designed to help you increase sales & profitability

• Automated email marketing to make selling easier - we have contracted one of A/NZ's leading email marketing companies to help you grow your business.

To register - please click here

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