More About SQL Backup
File backups are simple enough. All you need to do is copy multiple point-in-time versions of documents to secondary local and remote storage systems. In addition to being simpler to back up than database systems, files also tend to be less time-critical since a delay in recovery could – at most – inconvenience only a few employees.
However, database systems such as Microsoft SQL Server, have much stricter backup and disaster recovery requirements. If the MS SQL system goes down, it could take down other systems such as the content management system, enterprise resource planning system, payroll system, content management system, and other critical internal business systems. If these systems get brought down, the entire company’s operations could grind to a halt.
If your Microsoft SQL server goes down, you must have processes and systems in place to endure the fastest possible recovery seeds.
At Storagepipe, we have over a decade of experience in protecting all major database platforms, including Microsoft SQL server. We have tools for backup, disaster recovery and high availability, ensuring that downtime is kept to an absolute minimum in the event of an emergency. And also ensuring that your Microsoft SQL backups are always up to date.
Contact Storagepipe today for more about our SQL backup services.
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