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Exploring the Benefits of Single Server Protection High Availability in Windows Environments

For most organizations, maintaining reliable uptime and continuity is crucial. Therefore, implementing Single Server Protection High Availability in Windows environments can be a game-changer.

Join the webinar to learn about Single Server Protection High Availability (SSP-HA), how it differs from other HA solutions and how to leverage it in your IT environment. Attendees will learn specific use cases, benefits, and limitations of SSP to help determine the best solution for their organization's needs.

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Thursday, July 25, 2024
1:00:00 PM EDT (New York) | 5:00:00 PM UTC


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Todd Doane is a Solutions Architect at SIOS Technology Corp. with over two decades of designing and implementing HA solutions. Todd has generated highly resilient reference architectures for telecommunications, financial, and healthcare applications that have stood the test of time. His work has been implemented by Fortune 500 companies and government entities. He is also a frequent blogger and public speaker at technical conferences.

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