In un’era in cui le aziende dipendono sempre di più dai sistemi informatici per il loro funzionamento, la protezione dei dati e la continuità del business sono elementi che devono necessariamente essere presi in considerazione. Gli eventi imprevisti come disastri naturali, guasti hardware, attacchi informatici ed errori umani possono causare l’interruzione dei servizi IT, con conseguenti perdite finanziarie significative. È qui che entra in gioco il piano di Disaster Recovery (DR), che permette alle aziende di ripristinare rapidamente i servizi IT e minimizzare l’impatto sul business degli eventi imprevisti. In questa sessione saranno approfonditi gli aspetti da tenere in considerazione per sviluppare piani di disaster recovery efficaci e saranno esaminate le opportunità offerte da Azure per adottare soluzioni moderne ed efficaci.
Francesco Molfese graduated in Computer Engineering at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in 2004. In 2005 he began his work experience in the Information Technology (IT) sector. Since 2012 he holds the qualification of "Microsoft Certified Trainer" (MCT) which has led him to teach several official Microsoft courses concerning Microsoft Azure. In 2016, Microsoft awarded him the title "Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) in the "Cloud and Datacenter Management" specialization for sharing his technical expertise and for his commitment to Microsoft and the communities. At the company where he works, he holds the role of Director of the "Cloud Infrastructure" Business Unit, where he is responsible for the company's technical presence in the Cloud Infrastructure market. He defines, directs, and shares the organizational, technological, and strategic vision of the Business Unit. He coordinates and governs the carrying out of the activities of the working groups and all the research and development activities of the Business Unit. Furthermore, he oversees the organizational and procedural flows that affect this Business Unit. Francesco is also the Community Lead of the Italian Cloud Community (www.cloudcommunity.it) and he is a frequent speaker at leading IT Pro conferences in Italy.
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