I’m doing a webcast with Redmond Magazine on typical Disaster Recovery gaps in Hybrid Active Directory environments

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A while back, I was invited by Redmond Magazine to work with them on a webcast. As I feel Redmond Magazine is still one of the leading publications for Microsoft-oriented IT Pros, I agreed wholeheartedly.

August 1st 2018 marks the calendar for our first mutual experience!


About Redmond Magazine

Redmond MagazineRedmond Magazine is the authoritative, independent voice of the Microsoft IT community, and provides real-world technical, product, news, and industry information for experienced IT professionals working within a Windows platform computing environment.

RedmondMag’s readers are the decision drivers of the industry and include IT managers, network managers, network administrators and system administrators. To provide them with the information, strategies, and behind-the-scenes insight into Microsoft and the Windows computing platform enables them to make better informed decisions regarding their organizations' IT infrastructures.


About the webinar

The webinar is hosted by Redmond Magazine on August 1st, 2018 at 11 AM Pacific Time:

Disaster Recovery Gaps in Hybrid AD Environments

Sander Berkouwer, Microsoft MVP
Keri Farrell, Quest Software

Many organizations have embraced hybrid identity strategies, where they extend their on-premises Active Directory Domain Services environment to Azure AD.

Let’s look at how admins have typically performed this task, and why their real-world setups differ from Microsoft’s marketing materials. Learn how Azure AD is not (and cannot be) seen as a 100% slave to Active Directory and how this impacts your backup and restore strategy both in terms of changes and deletions.

Backing up AD, but not Azure AD? You might be in trouble…


Join us!

Register today to join us!
This webinar is offered free of charge.

The webcast is sponsored by Quest.

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