By Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy
I get to announce a new product to you today and I have a short podcast and a video demo to help you get the details.
The new solution is called HP LeftHand Recovery Manager. Recovery Manager is a wizard driven software product that saves you time and effort to recover files from Windows snapshots. Recovery Manager helps you to find the snapshots, determine how many you want to keep available and then find files you want to recover. I have a short PowerPodcast (about 4 minutes) explaining what Recovery Manager can do and a video demo (about 7 minutes).
First, the PowerPodcast
In my 94th edition of Around the Storage Block podcast, I talk to Tim Doering - an HP LeftHand expert - about the new product. Here's the podcast with Tim.
If you rather download this as a podcast now, just right-click here and save the MP3 file. You can subscribe to my podcast on iTunes - go to the iTunes store and search for "Around the Storage Block" or you can open this link and click on the "View in iTunes" button under my picture.
How about a video demo too?
Tim and I also did a video demo - if you have a few more minutes and want to see Recovery Manager in action, this video is about 7 minutes long. As you'll see, the software is easy to use and will make it easy for our customers to recover files from Windows-based snapshots. Check out the video:
(Note: this is an HD quality video and you can watch it in full screen mode to get a better view of the demo).
Wanna learn more?
I love solutions that help make IT simple - and as you can see HP Recovery Manager does exactly that. Here are a few links to help you learn more:
- You can download HP Recovery Manager from www.hp.com/go/lefthanddownloads
- If you want to try a full featured trial of HP LeftHand, we have a 60-day trial of our HP LeftHand VSA: www.hp.com/go/TryVSA
- If you aren't at all familiar with the HP LeftHand family, here's a link to the family page where you can explore more.
- I recently did a series of "hands-on-labs" (HOL) with our LeftHand VSA and have videos of those HOLs you can check out. They're listed with the latest one on the top of the page so to make sense of this, start from the bottom and work your way up.
As always, I'm happy to answer questions (or I should say, forward questions to Tim!) - so just leave a comment with your question.