#MMMUG: 18th August 2010 – #Exchange backup and recovery


The subject of this meeting is Exchange backup and recovery and we have Microsoft’s Anthony Tyler talking about System Centre Data Protection Manager’s take on backing up exchange and Kroll Ontrack’s offering for recovery.

Kroll Ontrack is now celebrating its 25th Anniversary as a global leader in the provision of data management solutions, specialising in data recovery, restoration, erasure and investigative products and services (www.krollontrack.co.uk).

Ontrack PowerControls software for Microsoft Exchange empowers users to search, recover, extract, restore and migrate Microsoft Exchange data (www.ontrackpowercontrols.co.uk).

Faced with increasing hardware and administration costs together with tighter budgets, organisations are seeking more cost-effective and efficient solutions to manage ad-hoc and routine Microsoft Exchange data requests. The core functionality of Ontrack PowerControls enables System Administrators to search, recover and restore entire .edb, .pst files and granular level items, whilst retaining data integrity.

Kroll Ontrack is pleased to be demonstrating the core functionality, features and application of this invaluable Microsoft Exchange administration tool.


18:00pm – 18:30pm Arrival
18:30pm – 19:30pm Ontrack PowerControls

Company & Product overview
Single item restore / recovery
Intuitive searching
Additional functionality
Existing customers
Live demo
Extraction of Microsoft Exchange data from backup
Browsing single / multiple .edb & .pst files, to single item level
Searching across multiple .edb’s
Compliance, investigations and legal requirements
Restoration of data
Hands-on demo
Q & A

19:30pm – 20:00pm Refreshments
20:00pm – 20:45pm Microsoft DPM

Why build DPM?
Introducing DPM
Demo – Protecting Data
How Does DPM work?
Demo – Rapid & Reliable Recovery
Protected Platforms

20:45pm – 21:00pm Discussions & Questions on Exchange backup / recovery.

Location: Kroll Ontrack Limited, Tower Place East, London EC3R 5BS, United Kingdom

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