Maintaining Content Integrity

When we discuss disaster recovery, we are really talking about minimizing loss of user data and access to that user data. Loss of actual data (documents, files, web page content, data in a database or line-of-business system, and so on) is a disaster and we strive to avoid it in any trustworthy data management system, but loss of access to data because of downtime of the management system is almost as bad. In today's connected world, users rely on the uptime of data management systems—like SharePoint—and trust that these systems maintain the integrity of their content. Fortunately, SharePoint 2010 provides a number of approaches to maintaining content/data integrity.

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