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On Demand If virtualisation is creeping across your organisation then you should tune in to this, the latest webcast in our virtualisation series: Virtualisation and Security: Practical Matters.

The event was broadcast live last week and is now available to watch at your leisure, when it suits you.

Reg impresario Tim Phillips steers the show with our old friend Neil Sanderson, consultant, and Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics.

The three of them look at the following areas:

  • Security is all about context
  • How does virtualisation affect security
  • What could go wrong
  • What are the options
  • Securing systems
  • High availability/ systems recovery
  • Data and virtual machine backup and recovery challenges
  • Software licensing
  • Security and VDI

But that's not all, because the attendees at the live event were bombarding them with questions too. So if you want to get up to speed on the security considerations for a virtualised environment check it out right here. ®

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