IBM Tape Systems Portfolio Training
Posted on: 21 Jun 2012.
Expires on: 20 Jul 2012.
Posted by: JG
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IBM Storage Systems invites you to training on IBM`s tape technologies and their place in data retention strategies.
In this session, learn why tape systems are a key component in supporting data protection and retention objectives. Learn the attributes of IBM physical tape systems and how they compare to other offerings.
Who should attend
Sales and pre-sales personnel working with solutions for data retention, such as backup and archive.
Attendees should leave with a good understanding of the value of tape storage in a client`s storage environment, how to position that with clients and how to compete against other approaches.
- Introduction to Data Protection and Retention
- Storage Environment and Issues
- IBM Tape Portfolio
- Data Protection Best Practices
- Tape Storage Attributes – Why Tape?
- IBM Tape Positioning
- LTO Tape and Competitive Comparison
- Enterprise Tape
o TS3500 Tape Library
o TS1140 Tape Drive
o Competitive Comparison
o Choosing LTO Tape or TS1140 Tape
- Compliance and Security: WORM – Encryption
- Linear Tape File System and IBM`s LTFS Library Edition
- IBM Tape Media
- Tape Sales Tools and Collateral to Help You Sell
Bruce Master, Sr. Program Manager, IBM Data Protection & Retention Systems
(IBM Tucson, Arizona USA)
Bruce is a Senior Program Manager for Worldwide Data Protection and Retention Systems Marketing in IBM`s Systems and Technology Group. He is located at the IBM Storage Systems development lab in Tucson, Arizona USA. Bruce is a graduate of Arizona State University in Business and after several years of management experience in the retail industry he joined the General Products Division of IBM in 1977. Over the span of Bruce`s IBM career he has worked in computer systems sales, technical and business recruiting, employee education, community relations, systems engineering, and tape – data protection storage systems marketing. Bruce is a member of the marketing team for the LTO Program.