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SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Book Available

Posted by Steve Pietrek on January 16, 2009

I wanted to take the opportunity to let everyone know a new book has been released titled SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide. My team lead Sean McDonough and friend John Ferringer worked on the book.

Book Description:

Microsoft’s SharePoint technology gives organizations access to a wide range of tools and functionality designed to encourage collaboration, manage documents, discover shared knowledge, and much more. As the use of these resources through SharePoint grows, so does an organization’s dependency upon the availability and reliability of its SharePoint infrastructure. Disaster recovery is not a new concept in the realm of information technology nor is it unique to SharePoint, but as with any specialized technical platform, disaster recovery planning for SharePoint presents unique challenges and approaches. The problem is that SharePoint disaster recovery is not as simple as backing up your discs or load balancing your servers. It requires specialized activities to save data for recovery and to subsequently properly recover that same data. SharePoint professionals need a cohesive and comprehensive resource that guides them through the steps of planning, implementing, and testing the right disaster recovery plan for their situation. The “SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide” provides such a resource. It provides a unique guidebook to all the necessary best practices, procedures, and tools for disaster recovery in SharePoint, such as how to plan for disaster recovery in SharePoint, and how to setup SharePoint, SQL Server, operating system, and file system backups step-by-step through SQL Server or STSADM.exe. The negative and positive aspects of every solution are detailed so that users can pick the disaster recovery plan that’s right for them. This is an essential guide for any IT professional tasked with protecting their organization’s valuable SharePoint data.

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