SysTools Released Findings of New Research on MOSS Recovery
Gothenburg, Sweden, May 18, 2011 – The findings of a recent survey done by the survey team of SysTools came up with the statistic that 1 in every 7 corporate entities use SharePoint Server. This ample use of his database Server has in turn increased the database damaging occurrences. Work gets badly distracted by data corruption incidences, which makes MOSS Recovery a critical need of SharePoint system administrators in these enterprises. Survey recorded a percentage of 40% surveyed users availing the benefit of MOSS Recovery (http://www.sharepointrecoverytool.com/) tools like the one SysTools has, which is SharePoint Recovery software.
Evan Swans, Director, Product Development, SysTools, says, “I am really very contended about the fact that our solutions are helping users worldwide to solve their troubles and problems. We will continue to help users always.”
With corruptions, database damage occurrences, and disclosures that draft the total loss of crucial information making it foul for enterprises and threatening them to give up and resign from any intelligent effort of recovery, SysTools has sought to diminish the affects and impacts of corruption and give back Sharepoint database contents to users, thereby, reiterating company’s commitment towards excellence and competency to give Great MOSS Recovery results notwithstanding the level of corruption. SharePoint Recovery software of SysTools is a MOSS Backup Restore (http://www.microsoftoffice.sharepointrecoverytool.com/) tool that also helps to Restore MOSS 2007.
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