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Business Continuity

Business Continuity Planning (BCP) is a methodology used to create a plan for how an organization will resume partially or completely interrupted critical function(s) within a predetermined time after a disaster or disruption. BCP may be a part of a larger organizational effort to reduce operational risk associated with poor information security controls, and thus has a number of overlaps with the practice of risk management.
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White Paper Published By: XLink Technology Inc.     Published Date: Jan 15, 2007
XLink ClusterReplica Enterprise software, based on CDP technology, combines conventional High Availability solutions and Microsoft DPM-like functions to create the next generation of business continuity software. ClusterReplica ENT offers real-time data replication and auto failover for MSSQL, IIS Web Server and File Servers.
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servers, data protection, windows server, high availability, data replication
    
XLink Technology Inc.
Webinar Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Nov 17, 2006
The latest release of Backup Exec allows you to eliminate backup windows and recover individual Exchange messages, folders, and mailboxes - without mailbox backups. Learn more about how Symantec Backup Exec™ 11d for Windows® Servers provides continuous, cost-effective, and high-performance disk-to-disk-to-tape backup and recovery for Windows server data.
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disaster recovery, backup and recovery, storage management, network management, network performance
    
Symantec
White Paper Published By: EMC     Published Date: Nov 06, 2006
The following tips can help you keep Exchange running smoothly and let you bounce back quickly from hardware failures that could threaten your Exchange server.
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exchange server, top 10, exchange threat, exchange security, network security
    
EMC
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