Despite being in its “awkward teenage years” there is little doubt that SharePoint has become a mission critical platform within most organizations. If growth is any indication, SharePoint is being used by more and more people on a daily basis. The prospect of living without access to critical documents is no longer acceptable putting the spotlight on backup and restore processes.
With SharePoint becoming more entrenched in organizations, its importance to the business has increased significantly. SharePoint has become a tool that people use daily, and when there’s a failure or data loss, you hear about it. To compound the complexity of backup and recovery SharePoint is a multi-server product that relies heavily on SQL Server as its data store.
This webinar is for anyone who is assessing options for backup and recovery and considering both out-of-box (OOB) and third-party products. We will cover SharePoint OOB backup and restore, which includes user interface, features, and pros and cons when compared with industry available backup products in general.
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Ron Charity is a SharePoint product manager with a leading consulting firm. He has worked with SharePoint since 2001 and focuses on governance, information architecture, technical architecture, and operations.
Steve Goldberg began his career in SharePoint as a consultant and developer at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), creating highly customized environments. For the past 4 years, he has been a member of Axceler’s engineering and pre-sales team. He currently serves as a senior technical resource for Metalogix’s worldwide sales force, ensuring the success of many enterprises every week. Follow him @IAmGoldberg to see his musings about the world of SharePoint.