10 tips in 10 minutes: Disaster recovery
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It can be a natural disaster, or just an unexpected hardware failure. No matter. Protecting your company's data is one
of the most important aspects of your job. Your data must exist in more than one place, and you must be familiar with methods to recover the data in case of a catastrophe. We've gathered a collection of 10 tips that will help you recover data when you face any of a number of worst-case scenarios.
10 tips in 10 minutes: Disaster Recovery
Tip 1: Automated System Recovery remedies corrupted registry
Tip 2: Ultimate boot CD packs in recovery, repair utilities
Tip 3: Disk imaging for disaster recovery
Tip 4: Recovery programs fix OS mistakes
Tip 5: WinXP, Windows Server 2003 volume shadow copy service
Tip 6: Restore and recover with Windows 2000
Tip 7: Disaster recovery for SBS
Tip 8: Best Practices: Desktop disaster recovery
Tip 9: Bare metal restore via Automated System Recovery
Tip 10: What to do when your hard drive fails
This was first published in December 2005
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