Double-Take® Software (NASDAQ: DBTK) announced that it will host a webinar with Microsoft on Thursday, May 27, focusing on how Double-Take® Availability can protect a company’s entire Microsoft environment, ensuring that an organization’s infrastructure is always available to its workforce – even in the event of a disaster. The webinar, “One Tool: No Excuses,” will be hosted by Mike Denapoli, enterprise systems engineer at Double-Take Software, and Patrick Foley, ISV architect evangelist at Microsoft.

This webinar will provide all of the details needed to build a successful disaster recovery strategy and availability plan. The topics to be discussed include:
  • How to extend the functionality of native backup.
  • How Double-Take Availability can use what a company already owns for tier 1 and tier 2 recovery.
  • How Double-Take Availability and native backup features optimize data center protection and recovery plans.

Webinar Details:

      Webinar – One Tool: No Excuses

Thursday, May 27, 2010; 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

Mike Denapoli, enterprise systems engineer at Double-Take Software, and Patrick Foley, ISV architect evangelist at Microsoft


For more information, go to or register for the webinar at

About Double-Take® Software

Headquartered in Southborough, Massachusetts, Double-Take® Software (Nasdaq: DBTK) is a leading provider of affordable disaster recovery and business continuity solutions. Double-Take Software’s Workload Optimization products that are simple to use and enable IT managers to easily move, protect, recover and more flexibly run critical IT workloads in physical and virtual environments. With its unparalleled partner programs, technical support, and professional services, Double-Take Software is the solution of choice for more than 20,000 customers worldwide, from SMEs to the Fortune 500. Double-Take Software was named a winner of the Best of Tech·Ed 2009 awards program in the System Management and Operations category by Penton Media’s Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Magazine for its Double-Take® Move product . Information about Double-Take Software’s products and services can be found at .

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