sponsored by EMC Backup and Recovery Solutions
Posted:  08 May 2009
Published:  08 May 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  14  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

In many companies, Microsoft Exchange is now commonly viewed as a mission-critical application. Its use within an organization has grown from a simple e-mail tool to include contact management, scheduling and file sharing. If the corporate messaging system is not available, productivity goes down, and business opportunities can be lost. Even if e-mail is not critical to your business, chances are that the loss of messaging services, even for short periods would create a substantial disruption to your organisation. Loss of the data maintained in Exchange is unacceptable. Protecting Exchange information is critical and backup is still the primary method used.


This technical brief explores the various practices and considerations for backing up Microsoft Exchange data to Data Domain systems and how to effectively exploit this technology.

Backups | Clustering | Continuous Data Protection | Data Center Management | Data Recovery | Data Replication | Databases | Disaster Recovery | Disk Backups | Microsoft Exchange | NAS | RAID | Storage Best Practices | Storage Management | Virtual Tape Libraries | WAN

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