Help for SharePoint Item-Level Recovery

If you have ever accidently deleted a document from SharePoint, then you know how difficult it is to restore a single item from SharePoint. The cause of this problem is that SharePoint has a relatively weak backup engine and it does not give you the option of performing single-file restores from a backup. SharePoint document versioning does not help either. When you delete a document, SharePoint Server removes all version history.

New solutions for SharePoint archiving can be the answer to this problem. SharePoint archiving solutions capture SharePoint content at the item level and keep it secure in a central repository for search and compliance. Individual items in the archive can also be copied back to SharePoint to, in effect, serve for single-item restore. So a SharePoint archival solution delivers benefits for both archival and data protection.

A single solution for SharePoint archiving and data protection improves SharePoint manageability and reduces cost.

... Bob Spurzem

One Comment

  1. Anonymous
    Posted June 25, 2009 at 10:27 PM | Permalink

    And Mimosa wouldn’t have a product fitting those requirements, would it?

  2. Cirrus
    Posted July 1, 2009 at 5:46 AM | Permalink

    Did you try Recycle Bin?
    It is pressent everywhere with two levels of recovery: user and admin.
    You do not need to restore sigle files, the owner can!

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