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Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010 by Steve Buchanan

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Chapter 7. Backing Up Critical Applications

Every business has critical applications that the business and its users depend on from day to day. These applications need to stay up and keep running and if they go down the time to get them back up has to be fast. These are beyond just file shares and user data. These applications are things like e-mail, customer data, financial data, virtualized servers, inventory systems, websites, and more. Some specific applications are Exchange, CRM, SharePoint, PBX phone systems, and ERP systems such as Dynamics AX 2009 and SAP (if it is running on SQL Server). Many of these applications store their data in databases on Microsoft SQL Server. DPM has the power to back these up and does a really good job of this. ...

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