June 8, 2022 @ 11 am PT

The chip shortage and IT supply chain disruptions are no longer news. Most organizations are aware of this. You might have already adjusted to this new normal, so what is there to prepare?

Being adjusted does not mean you’re prepared. Although we’ve learned that most IT departments feel comfortable in this new chip shortage environment, most IT departments are unaware of the risks that this shortage brings. In this 30-minute webinar, we will show you what these risks are and how to prepare for it.

What You’ll Learn

  • When can we expect server chip supply to return back to normal?

  • What risks do the supply shortage bring? Which organizations are at the highest risk of being impacted?

  • How you can prepare and alleviate those risks to avoid the worst case scenario.

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Expert Speakers

Bill has worked with partners, businesses and non-profits to strategize and implement data protection infrastructures. His specialty is in data backup and disaster recovery, and he has extensive knowledge in backup recovery infrastructures ranging from on-premise to cloud and hybrid cloud. Working with data protection vendors can be tricky, and Bill will be sharing his extensive experience to help VAR’s and MSP’s.

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Bill Morck Sales Director, Quorum

Gabe has over 20 years of experience working in IT and network administration, with the last 10+ years in leadership positions. Prior to joining Quorum, he specialized in full IT and Disaster Recovery services for financial institutions across the U.S. Throughout his tenure there, he successfully mitigated 3 different ransomware variants in 2 different companies, and he had successfully prevented and protected 20+ known ransomware attacks.

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Gabe Gambill VP of Product & Technical Ops, Quorum