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What IT Pros should look for in Virtualization Protection

Most folks know that if I wasn’t a backup-guy, I would be a virtualization-dude. So, when those two topics collide, I’m a happy IT guy who probably has an opinion or suggestion (or two).

Coming off of the Trends in Data Protection Modernization research report, we saw some interesting trends in how folks were and want-to do backup of virtualized environments. You’ll see more videos and other content from me on this throughout VMworld, but for now, here is a 4-minute video on what IT Pros should be looking for in their virtualization protection solution(s):

If you are at VMworld and want to talk backup, ping @JBuff on Twitter.

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