White paper

Ten Things to Look for in a SharePoint Recovery Tool

An increasing number of businesses rely on Microsoft SharePoint products and technologies for collaboration environments, intranet portals, document management systems, composite applications and external-facing web sites. They are recognizing the growing importance of content stored in SharePoint and expect their IT administrators to have processes in place to safeguard this data. These administrators need to be able to quickly restore the SharePoint service or specific content in case of failure, corruption or accidental deletion.

SharePoint’s built-in tools can assist in backup and elementary recovery scenarios, but their capabilities are limited. To minimize restore times and meet their SLAs, organizations need more than SharePoint’s built-in tools. This white paper identifies ten key criteria to help you choose the right SharePoint recovery tool.