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Azure Backup added support for an increased number of policies and long-term retention. Offline Backup uses the Azure Import service to reduce the time needed to load large backup copies. SharePoint, Exchange, and Windows client operating systems are supported DPM workloads that can be backed up to Azure.
Disaster recovery is available for branch offices and SMB through Azure Site Recovery.
Azure Site Recovery has the ability to replicate and recover virtual machines directly within Azure without requiring System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
Azure Site Recovery is now available in Australia.
This free preview of Azure Site Recovery offers storage array-based replication and disaster recovery.
Service providers can easily extend, automate, and offer Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service using this update of Azure Site Recovery.
Now you can replicate the Hyper-V virtual machines running in your datacenter to Azure for disaster recovery protection—and recover them there, as needed.
With Azure Site Recovery, you can protect and recover your production workloads while saving on capital and operational expenditures.
Get started more quickly with Azure Site Recovery and take advantage of integrated Azure Automation.
Azure Site Recovery is now available in Japan with the same service-level agreement coverage available in other regions worldwide.
Now you can replicate virtual machines from your primary site directly to Azure, instead of to your own secondary site.
Protect important services by replicating and recovering System Center 2012 private clouds
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