Email remains the predominant form of communication for businesses and essential for day to day operations in enterprises. Loss of a single email can negatively impact your businesses, missing out on opportunities or failing to respond to important issues.
Therefore, the speed, efficiency, and certainty of email recovery is essential in today’s business environments. We at Managecast recognize this and have created a solution to backup and restore your Microsoft Exchange so that you can restore a single email or a complete database. Whether your whole system has gone down or one employee has deleted an important document, we will be able to restore your data quickly and effectively making sure you can get back to business as soon as possible!
- Single-Pass Microsoft Exchange Backup: Recover data to the level of granularity that you choose from a single backup of your Microsoft Exchange database.
- Restore location flexibility: Have the ability to recover the information to the same location that you back it up from or to an alternate location of your choice.
- Non-disruptive backups: Backup your large all important email repository without affecting the performance of the application.
- Enterprise scalability: Protect everything from single instances to large Microsoft Exchange clusters in physical and virtual implementations.
- Secure and compliant: Encrypts information at the source using a NIST FIPS 140-2 certified algorithm that ensures that your data is secure both in-flight and at rest, while ensuring that you are compliant with regulations such as HIPAA, European directive on protection of personal data, and SOX.
We understand that different situations call for different solutions. You may need to perform recoveries at various levels of granularity. From single emails to email accounts to complete databases. You want to have the flexibility of choosing the method of data protection and recovery that is most suitable to the kind of recovery requests that you receive at your enterprise. Further, you want to have the ability to recover at any level of granularity from a single instance of the backup. And you would like to have this irrespective of whether your Microsoft Exchange servers are standalone or clusters, physical or virtual machines, or irrespective of whether you are running the latest version of Microsoft Exchange.