Data Protection and Disaster Recovery for Exchange Server 2007

Microsoft Exchange Server was designed with backup in mind. Organizations need to back up their messaging data, and they have to be able to restore that information as well. To meet these needs, Microsoft built a full spectrum of data protection options, from traditional backup and restore at the low end, to operational continuity, to […]

Microsoft Exchange Server was designed with backup in mind. Organizations need to back up their messaging data, and they have to be able to restore that information as well. To meet these needs, Microsoft built a full spectrum of data protection options, from traditional backup and restore at the low end, to operational continuity, to true business continuity solutions that provide the highest levels of availability and disaster recovery. In this article, I look at those options and help you decide how to implement the best Exchange recovery solution for your organization.

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Microsoft, Exchange Server 2007, Data Protection, Disaster Recovery, Knowledgebase, TechNet

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