Microsoft Releases Backup Software To Testers

Microsoft is rolling out the first release candidate for System Center Data Protection Manager 2007, the vendor's flagship backup and recovery offering. DPM 2007 melds traditional nightly tape backup with continuous data protection, which backs up data every 15 minutes to enable users to recover deleted, corrupted or modified files.

In the continuous data protection market, there are vendors pushing solutions that can back up data on the fly in real time, but these are too expensive for small and medium sized companies, said Jason Buffington, senior technical product manager for Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager group.

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