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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Cryptsoft Toolkit Enabling Developers to Apply KMIP Standard to RSA Data Protection Manager Software Achieves RSA Ready Certification
com)-- Packt Publishing released a book about Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2012 by a team of System Center MVP's.
BridgeSTOR, LLC, the company Advancing Deduplication to the Cloud, today announced release of the CRUNCH Virtual Deduplication Appliance, BridgeSTOR s 2nd generation deduplication and compression technology for Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM 2010/2012).
Worldwide Computer Products News-9 November 2009-i365 to collaborate with Microsoft to extend data protection manager across non-Microsoft platforms and into the cloud(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
System Center Data Protection manager, the Continuous Data Protection solution from Microsoft, is implemented to ensure continuous disk-to-disk-to-tape backup, and a disaster recovery (DR) site is set up with data replication between production data center and the DR site.
He added, "By deploying a solution based on Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007, JCB was able to improve the efficiency of its IT backup and recovery processes into 15 minutes only and could better protect our data by the multi-level data restore feature that DPM 2007 offers".
These applications include Windows, Exchange, SharePoint, SQL Server, System Center Configuration Manager, Data Protection Manager and App-V.
This is part of the industry's only unified backup of all major Microsoft Applications with Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) -- a single price, model, installation and user experience for cost-effective protection of Exchange, SharePoint, SQL Server, Data Protection Manager, Active Directory and Hyper-V.