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Posted Jul 24, 2009

AvePoint Introduces Free Tool for Item-Level SharePoint Restores from SQL Server and DPM Backups

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From AvePoint, Inc.]

AvePoint, provider of infrastructure management software solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, today announced the free release of the DocAve SQL Restore Controller. This tool enables the full fidelity, item-level restoration of SharePoint content from native SQL database backups, as well as databases restored by any third-party SQL backup tool, including Microsoft’s Data Protection Manager (DPM). An independently-deployable module within the DocAve Software Platform, the SQL Restore Controller is being provided for download free in an effort to assist organizations that rely upon SQL Server or DPM backups to protect SharePoint data, while DocAve’s more robust Backup and Recovery module delivers comprehensive item-through-platform level backup and restoration functionality for those organizations seeking to fully protect their SharePoint platform, optimize system resources, and improve service level agreements.

The article continues at http://www.avepoint.com/news/2009/07/01/avepoint-introduces-free-tool-for-item-level-sharepoint-restores-from-sql-server-and-dpm-backups/

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