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NetApp Supports Microsoft
SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Network Appliance, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP - News) today added SnapManager for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to its suite of application data management solutions. SnapManager provides customers with enterprise-class backup, recovery, deployment, and management to help them dramatically reduce costs associated with data management. NetApp is providing Office SharePoint Server 2007 customers with a cost-effective data management foundation and robust backup and recovery capabilities for resilient and scalable storage.
"Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is fast becoming a hub for information and collaboration within organizations worldwide," said Seth Patton, director SharePoint Products and Technologies at Microsoft. "We are pleased that NetApp is providing a data management solution that will complement the enhancements delivered in this latest release. NetApp SnapManager software will help IT administrators get more out of their hardware and networking investments and make deployment easier and more flexible, while giving administrators more time for value-added work."
NetApp SnapManager for Office SharePoint Server 2007 dramatically increases the productivity of organizations, administrators, and data assets by providing customers with maximum data availability, simplified data management, and reduced costs. Additionally, by leveraging other NetApp software such as NetApp SnapMirror®, customers can achieve simple, flexible, and cost-effective Snapshot(TM) replication and mirroring for easy-to-use disaster recovery of SharePoint Server data. NetApp also provides tools that centralize data into easy-to-manage storage pools to easily scale Microsoft Office SharePoint Server environments. SharePoint users can also use NetApp FlexVol® software to easily resize storage pools to maximize storage resource utilization.
Network Appliance Inc.
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