Disaster recovery Windows Server 2008 with disaster recovery software

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AuthorEASEUS   Category Data Backup   Comments0   Post Time 2011-11-28 01:04:30 -0500

Disaster recovery must be put on agenda in enterprises as now devices, systems, and networks become ever more complex. Usually, a disaster would interrupt the continuation of normal functions and therefore, a disaster recovery plan consists of the precautions taken so that the effects of a disaster will be minimized and organizations can also be able to quickly resume mission-critical functions and its normal state. Therefore, usually disaster recovery planning involves an analysis of business processes and continuity needs; it may also include a significant focus on disaster prevention.

For those large companies which deal with complicated information, an interruption of service or loss of data can have serious financial impact, whether directly or through loss of customer confidence.

Disaster recovery plans vary from one enterprise to another in order to satisfy their own need. They might take the type of business, the processes involved, and the level of security needed into consideration. Disaster recovery planning may be developed within an organization or purchased as a software application or a service.

Disaster recovery plan for Windows Server 2008 system

If you are using Windows Server 2008, you also need a disaster recovery plan for its system. Since System is a very important part of Server machine, without which you cannot access the server machine, run applications, and so on. A well-made disaster recovery plan can easily solve all problems brought by unexpected disasters.

First, choose a suitable disaster recovery software to back up your Server system continuously and protect system all the time. Here I would like to recommend you the backup and recovery software provided by a data security and storage management software company: EaseUS Todo Backup Server Edition.

Second, use EaseUS Todo Backup software to do system backup
. As we all know, changes or new data are being made every day, you'd better do data schedule backup to continuously and automatically back up system data. A combination of different backup type, like full/incremental/differential backup would save disk space and also continuously protect your data. You'd better put system image files on an external hard drive so that the access to those image files is still available when Server system is crashed down.

Third, make a WinPE bootable disk. If the system crashes down, you can boot the Server machine from the rescue disk and perform disaster recovery
, which can maintain the continuation of Windows Server machine when your system has been broken down and becomes unbootable.

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