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Today's ITUnity Champ:
Technical Sales Lead at MicroWarehouse Ltd.
Blog: http://www.aidanfinn.com and https://www.petri.com/
If you’re a regular Petri.com reader, you probably already know Aidan Finn. If you don’t, you should — especially if you care about Hyper-V, Azure, Windows Server, System Center or a number of enterprise hot buttons.
Finn is the author of several tech books and the leader of the Windows User Group in Ireland. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in the Cloud and Datacenter Management area. And he’s a frequent conference speaker and Microsoft forum participant.
Here’s a post from his IT pro blog that is worth a read for those working with System Center:
My Top 5 Features in System Center Data Protection Manager 2016
Microsoft’s System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) has undergone a huge period of transition over the past two years. Significant investments have been made in hybrid cloud backup solutions, and DPM 2016 brings many improvements to this on-premises backup solution that all kinds of enterprise customers need to consider. Here are my top 5 features in DPM 2016.