Law Office Management – Most Awaited SQL Backup Recovery software is Launched Recently

Gothenburg, Sweden, October 25, 2011 – SysTools software developing firm has brought much awaited software named SysTools SQL Backup Recovery software, whose grand launch took place on October 07, 2011. The wide seen scenario is that SQL Server users create backup of their data and store MDF file data and LDF file data in.bak files. However corruption causes loss to backup data which required at once attention, for which SQL users look for immediate help. To provide such aid to SQL users, company intentionally brought this unique application at nominal price in different licenses.

Evan Swans speak in the context of new launch, “This SQL Server backup recovery is one-of-its kind SQL Backup Recovery software to recover data stored in .mdf files like stored procedures, triggers, tables, scripts, records etc in a very short span of time. The backup data creation is like strategy to minimize data-loss but when contrary to the expectation happens SQL users want some solution. This solution is workable with most SQL editions so SQL 2005 backup recovery, SQL 2000 backup recovery, is quite a possible way.”

Regarding this, Allegan, Lab Director of the company has much to say, “I am happy with the creation of this application as a survey conducted in company’s premises indicated the need to backup restore SQL 2005 database and for other SQL editions too. The software procedure flows in this way like after installing the software automated process of loading and scanning of.bak files take place and recovered items will be shown in preview list. From that preview list data can be extracted to save at the safe destination. The best part lies in the software are features like multi-threaded export of tables from.bak files and blob data types are handled aptly.”

“I hope that order for the software will begin as soon as SQL users find this release, users are looking for this SQL Backup Recovery software will immediately look for purchase.” enthusiastically enunciated Joseph Cain, Head of support department.

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